Dance Off 

Can a once-vibrant dance scene hang on in a place like Spokane? A prominent local dance instructor has his doubts.

h6 {font-family: arial; color: #003366 !important; font-size: 12px; margin: 0; } This, frankly, isn’t the ideal location for the timeless art of dance. It’s jammed in a strip mall of ugly asphalt and cigarette butts, neighboring a coin-op laundromat and a…

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