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The MagaZine
by Bettina Cirone
and Ian Jerolmack
Autumn Issue.

A Round The World
with David Hebble

The Music Talent:
Central Park Stomp
Peggy Cone and The
Central Park Stompers
www.PeggyCone.com

Holiday Gifts

Skin Tight
Photos: Alberto Rizzo

A Little Bubbly is the Gift that no one could forget.
And a traditional bubbly goes well with any occasion.
Moet & Chandon Champagnes are high on the list
of being quality and affordable. Sounds like we are
having a good time ! www.Moet.com

Not
Your
Father's
Dance
Studio
A Gift Certificate
Or Maybe You Should
Take Someone Dancing
just outside Penn Station
and Madison Square
Garden in New York City.
Swing dancing has many
names: Jitterbug, Lindy
Hop, Boogie-Woogie, Be
Bop, Jive, Savoy. At the
core all moves are based
on 6 or 8 count steps. Try
some Ballroom Dancing,
Latino, Disco, West Coast
Swing, Private Lessons,
Group Classes, Speciality
Programs.
www.YouShouldBeDancing.NET
212 244 0011
412 8th Avenue, New York City

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