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Who doesn't want to learn how to dance?
It takes just a little courage to walk through the door and learn to dance.
Who doesn't want to learn how to dance?

There are many different reasons why people want to learn to dance.

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With much pride, no prejudice, Treyz directs 25th show
With much pride, no prejudice, Treyz directs 25th show

This month, Russ Treyz is directing his 25th production at the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, the season opener "Pride and Prejudice."

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New season at Arts Center chock full of fun
New season at Arts Center chock full of fun

Following a hugely successful 2015-16 - and also a 20th anniversary celebration - the new theater series at the Arts Center looks to be better than ever.

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With crazy subjects and colors, Hummell is right at home
Amos Hummell at work in his home studio on HIlton Head Island. PHOTO BY CHANDLER HUMMELL
With crazy subjects and colors, Hummell is right at home

Amos Hummell has always had a hard time defining his art styles - plural.

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Cha-cha a Cuban import that continues to gain fans
Michele Curry and Sandro Virag practice their cha-cha. PHOTO BY CINDA SEAMON
Cha-cha a Cuban import that continues to gain fans

Though Argentine tango may be my passion, the cha-cha is the dance I consider the most fun of all the Latin American dances.

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Live 'mUUsic' series in Bluffton begins third year
Uncommon Collective from Savannah will perform Dec. 9 in the Bluffton "mUUsic series"
Live 'mUUsic' series in Bluffton begins third year

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Lowcountry is excited to announce its third annual "mUUsic series" for the Bluffton-Hilton Head community and beyond.

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Debut memoir relates generational struggle with depression
Bill Beltz, left, with his editor, Bernie Schein
Debut memoir relates generational struggle with depression

"The Buried War" is a debut memoir by Bluffton resident Bill Beltz.

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Cha-cha a Cuban import that continues to gain fans
Michele Curry and Sandro Virag practice the cha-cha. PHOTO BY CINDA SEAMON
Cha-cha a Cuban import that continues to gain fans

Though Argentine tango might be my passion, the cha-cha is the dance I consider the most fun of all the Latin American dances.

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Couple's wearable art created with ancient technique
Examples of the marbling designs in original wearable art by Paul and Susan Marling.
Couple's wearable art created with ancient technique

"Art is best when worn - a guiding philosophy in creating our hand-marbled wearables," according to artists Paul and Susan Marling.

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Local wildlife featured at SOBA
"Catch of the Day" by Sandy Utsey Rhodes
Local wildlife featured at SOBA

Sandy Utsey Rhodes is the featured artist for August, with her exhibit, "Wildlife Art and More"

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