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    Take It on Home!

    The tap dance community is no longer homeless. On Jan. 4, the American Tap Dance Foundation opened the doors of its new American Tap Dance Center in Manhattan's Greenwich Village.

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    Join the Zumba Party

    Zumba is nothing like those repetitive, old-school aerobics classes or boring, calisthenics-based workout programs.

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    Three New Dance Biographies

    Coinciding with Lincoln Center's 50th anniversary this theatrical season, three new biographies of dance artists who made significant contributions to dance at Lincoln Center have been published.

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    Yoga for You

    Because so many different strands of yoga have developed over the years, how can you even decide which style is right for you?

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    Dancing Their Way to Injury

    As the environment and schedule of the professional dancer intensifies, the body morphs in potentially damaging ways to attempt to maintain its health.

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    Chunky Move: Mortal Engine

    Be warned: This is not a performance for the fainthearted. The climactic 10 minutes of the hourlong sextet "Mortal Engine" are truly frightening.

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    Dancing for Joy

    Despite the gloomy financial scene, dance lovers have plenty of reasons to celebrate. Here are a few.

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    Capturing the Feel of 1950s Memphis

    "I decided to take a risk. I didn't want to be a slave to the dance forms of the period," says Sergio Trujillo, choreographer of the new Broadway musical "Memphis."

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    Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company: Serenade/The Proposition

    In its New York premiere, the pithy 60-minute work is splendidly rendered by the remarkably diverse and talented Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company.

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    Choreographing a Career

    “Most of the performances of my choreography come about because I’m doing work that crosses the path of someone who then invites me to become involved in a project with them."