A man removed from his job at Mount St. Mary’s University is suing the women’s college, saying he was fired for dancing with a student of another race.
These seasoned Orange County dance studios provide children and adults with the opportunity to advance dance skills and explore a variety of dance styles in an enjoyable environment.
A Southern California teenager has accomplished a feat that hasn’t been done in 14 years.
Authorities estimated at least 100,000 people attended Saturday night’s Glow Festival in Santa Monica.
A Van Nuys woman with Down syndrome is going through a painful surgical process on her feet in order to continue pursuing her passion of dancing.
There are several opportunities for you to discover the power of dance in Los Angeles in the upcoming months. Following are five events that promise to inspire audiences.
Whether you want to attend a more traditional ballet showcase or want to branch out and experience a more niche form of dance, these showcases in Orange County are sure to inspire and amaze.
Should you find yourself in need of a change of scenery, or if bars just aren’t your thing, there are plenty of nighttime activities the City of Angels offers for residents and tourists alike.
Over 150 pole dancing artists from around the nation will be at the L.A. Convention Center this weekend for the 2013 Pacific Pole Championships.
The same firehouse in Venice that was involved in the filming of a pornographic film last year is in hot water once again.
Former “Dancing with the Stars” champion J.R. Martinez may be best known for his ballroom shoes, but his running shoes are getting the most wear these days.
Create memories with Middle Eastern flare at any of the following establishments in our area.
The South Bay’s Greek Festival this weekend welcomes back gyros, Greek fries, Greek wine and pastries and baklava to Rendondo Beach.
Hundreds of fifth graders put their best foot forward Tuesday night as they danced their way towards the finals in a LAUSD ballroom dance competition.
From resorts to conventions to professional sports, there’s a lot to see and do in Anaheim, but there’s also a strong sense of culture.