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Death of the Disco Dancers

DANCE | By Paul Parish | Jul 31
Forty-nine dancers were murdered last month in Orlando. Are they really dancers if they're not professional dancers? But of course they are.

Maksim and Val Chmerkovskiy Live on Tour in 'Our Way'

THEATRE | By Scott Holland | Jun 18
They are the sexiest brothers in Ballroom dancing and they both came to mainstream fame (they have been known in the dance world for many years) by appearing as Pros on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."

Gaga Tweets Scene-Stealing, Dancing Teen

NATIONAL | By Winnie McCroy | Oct 18
Lady Gaga made one little monster deliriously happy last weekend when she congratulated him on Twitter for photobombing a local television news report about the opening of a new shopping center with the choreography from her hit song, "Applause."

POBA Site Helps Preserve Legacies of Artists Lost to AIDS

PERSONAL TECH | By Winnie McCroy | Aug 28
The new online platform, POBA/Where the Arts Live, keeps alive the legacy of artists, some of whose early success was cut short in the early years of AIDS.

Head to the Bronx for the BAAD!ASS Women Festival

THEATRE | By Winnie McCroy | Mar 11
The Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance is the place to be this month for the 2014 BAAD!ASS Women Festival, held March 8-29. This month-long festival of dance, theatre, video, poetry and performance features fierce women in the arts.

GMHC’s Keep on Dancin’ Pays Tribute to Mel Cheren

PARTIES | By Winnie McCroy | Feb 14
Live it up with the music of the good old days when David Morales and Quentin Harris spin the hits at GMHC’s fundraiser Keep on Dancin’, in memory of Mel Cheren.

Travis Wall Has All the Right Moves

TELEVISION | By Jim Provenzano | Aug 13
Wall, best known as a former contestant turned choreographer for the popular TV show So You Think You Can Dance, is heading up the cast of a reality show about forming the contemporary dance company Shaping Sound in Los Angeles.

Divers/Cité Celebrates 20th Birthday in Vieux Montreal

SPECIAL EVENTS | By Mark Thompson | Aug 9
Founded in 1993 on the principles of diversity, solidarity, and openness, Divers/Cité is one of the most beloved of Montreal’s forty annual festivals, a multi-day LGBT music and arts festival with more than fifty hours of free music and performance.

Divers/Cité Adds The Young Professionals to 20th Anniversary Party

Jul 21
Divers/Cité confirmed the presence of Israel’s sensational formation The Young Professionals for Le Grand Bal on Sunday, August 5th at the Loto-Québec Stage on Jacques-Cartier Pier.

Former ’So You Think You Can Dance’ Winner Comes Out

CELEBRITIES | By Jason St. Amand | Jun 6
The second winner of Fox’s reality show "So You Think You Can Dance," who is a Mormon, came out this week in a lengthy interview and discussed how his sexuality conflicted with his faith.

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