Pirouettes, sautés and sex.
The small Maine town at the center of the nation’s biggest brothel scandal braces for the release of another batch of alleged clients.
After a Supreme Court appeal, Maine cops have finally released the first 21 names from their list of “johns” who allegedly solicited sex at a Zumba dance studio.
A judge in Maine infuriated clients of a Zumba studio / brothel by agreeing to release their names. But an appeal to the high court blocked the release today.
This must be what it’s like to compete against Mitt Romney.
Many have claimed to be the super moonwalker, but this is your new king.
In honor of newcomer “Philly Philly Phil,” we pay tribute to five groundbreaking artists in the bird dance community.
We’ve sifted through the rubble of this week’s comedy videos to pick out only the purest comedy nuggets for your enjoyment. Get some business lessons on crack and watch a few teachers drop dance bombs on their unsuspecting pupils.
Education has just taken a backseat to the dance bomb. The teachers at Abby Kelley Foster Charter School are dropping dance bombs on their students who are none the wiser. Bust a move, teach!
FACTmag presents another excellent mix: this one’s a time machine back to the early 90’s with rave producer/icons 2 Bad Mice.
This week: indie-tribal rockers WU LYF make a dangerously solid debut, Junior Boys keep doing what they do best, Sebadoh re-releases a 1994 favorite, Marissa Nadler gets honest, and Mathemagic’s airy beach pop doesn’t disappoint.
London-based Tracerhand gives us a mix that zig-zags through new and old favorites, seeing how they like each other’s company. Downtempo house and electro blend with head-bobbing beats.