As I shared in previous articles (like this one), I’m on a personal mission to make my neighborhood a caring, connected place. Besides the enjoyment I get out of it, I’ve also seen and experienced what a drastic change these connections can make in how we live, and in how our communities function overall, from increased safety and economic thriving to better health, education, and use of resources. This is all tied to my work as a community-builder, but I feel it’s something that anyone can do. To that end, one of the [...]Read more ›
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For weeks, I have wanted to write about a unique gem that sits a few blocks from my house: Tango and Salsa Dance Studio. I first visited this place a few weeks ago and was welcomed by owner-instructor Albert Rombold, who treated me to a two-hour session of dancing that impressed and enthralled. During these two hours, I experienced a kaleidescope of feelings: enthrallment with this sensual yet highly poised dance form, frustration with my own inability to “follow” and “flow” with Albert’s excellent lead — and then, even [...]Read more ›