Dancing in the Rain

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As my mind readjusts to the time change, I’ve found it increasingly difficult to conjure up an exciting topic to blog about. I could opt for the most obvious choice of the rain, but what for? Tomorrow it’ll be sunny and rain will be the least of our concerns. I could take a political stance and name my candidate-of-choice … but I’d much rather not. Or comment on the Vatican’s choice to add seven more sins. I’ve decided to dedicate this to a nice little event coming up pitched to me by my salsa-dancing parents.

This weekend over at Our Lady of the Lake University (my alma mater) there’s a dancing extravaganza — Dance Around the World. The little school on the west side obviously didn’t get the memo about Luminaria: Arts Night occurring the same day as their dancing festival, but like all things OLLU-related — they prefer to beat to their own drum … or bongos. The event’s being held at Thiry Auditorium at 7:30pm. Admission is $10. Groups from Austin, Houston, and New Orleans are set to perform.

Be sure to check back later in the week when I post pictures of the Japanese Tea Garden … although I’m sure Jones’s "On the Street" will get to doing that before I even head over there.

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