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To the uninitiated, the Merengue, the Salsa, the Cha Cha and the Mambo may sound like spicy delicacies, perfect for a sultry summer evening.

Those already initiated, though, know these are some of the very exotic and sensual Latin and Afro-Cuban dance styles that were enticingly introduced to an enthusiastic gathering at Town Hall of dance fans by the New York-based World Dance champions, Richard and Bonnie Diaz. They will again share their knowledge with anyone who wants to learn, at Town Hall this Saturday night.

Their official bio is nothing short of impressive:

Posted 7:04 pm, October 10, 2011
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