Changes to the other state pages are usually not announced; there's just too many of them and typically do not affect the general readership of this site.
October 19, 2014
- Rugcutters Dance Studio in
Watertown has new classes in November.
- Boston Balboa is hosting classes with Peter Flahiff
starting October 14 plus a workshop on November 9.
- West Coast Swing Boston
is a new website focused on West Coast Swing.
- The Commonwealth Classic
ballroom competition weekend will be held October 31-November 2, 2014, at the Burlington Marriott
in Burlington, MA.
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- Boston Swing Central has left Charlestown! Until further notice, Boston Swing Central will be located at Extreme Dancesport at 23 New Street in Cambridge (near Whole Foods in Fresh Pond and kinda walkable from Alewife).
From the corner booth...
Heard another great sermon by senior minister Gordon Hugenberger of Park Street Church in Boston. Even if you're a "non-believer", you can hear something insightful about the Bible every week. This week's sermon debunked some of the interpretations about homosexual relationships in the Bible derived from passages in I & II Samuel.
I walked away with my own theory: There are a lot of people who spend their time interpreting the Bible and also have very dirty minds because when given a choice of 10 different interpretations of a sentence, they seem to pick the one that involves sex.
By the way, if you don't want to wake up Sunday mornings to get to Park Street Church, you can go to their website and listen to the live feed from each of the three Sunday sessions (the afternoon session is a "comtemporary" service). The sermon from a few weeks ago talked about the physics of "David and Goliath" and what (probably) really happened.
See you on the dance floor.
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