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What a Trinity! - The “New” City Lights Report by Didio Barrera
Action photos by Park West What a terrific trinity of prominent people to be chosen as head of the new City Lights competition - Anna Mikhed, Dan Messenger and Josie Lee. I am new to this event since I only attended City Lights once prior to this weekend and that was for one night only, so I cannot tell what the difference is between the new or the old. But I do know a little bit about events and I found the new group helpful, attentive and they tried hard to make sure everyone was accommodated.

United Kingdom Open Amateur Rising Star Latin-American Championship 2014 Report by Timothy Palmer
Photos by Andrew Miller This was a great night for Russia, who both took the championship itself and, uniquely in this final, succeeded also in securing an additional place in the five-nation line-up.

Farewell Frank Regan

On December 26th, 2013 the dance world was saddened by news of the death of Mr. Frank Regan, a seemingly indestructible icon of the North American dance scene.  Frank was a great friend and supporter to us at Dance Beat.  He contributed innumerable articles, many showcasing his his own dry wit.  We will greatly miss him!

United Kingdom Open Professional Rising Star Ballroom Championship 2014 Report by Timothy Palmer
Photos by Andrew Miller This event, like many others at this popular festival experienced a significant increase in entries this year: 144 couples taking the floor for the first round over the 133 who took part in 2013; a very satisfying eight and a quarter percent hike on last year!

"If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution."

Visiting the Land in the Sky!
The Heritage Classic Report by Didio Barrera
Action photography by Park West The Grove Park Inn in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina (better referred to as “The Heritage”) continues to be one of my favorite destinations for a dance competition. The hotel is magnificent with a wonderful spa and wonderful views of the mountains, so much so that there is only one way to describe it “The Land in the sky.”

Open Professional Smooth Report by Beth Knoll
Photos by Chris Hansen Photography The California Open, hosted by Debbie Avalos-Kusumi, is the first really big multi-day competition of the new year to be held on the West Coast.  With a warm, welcoming atmosphere and Debbie's impeccable attention to detail, this competition is a rewarding experience for all involved.  Friday night's spectacular competitive events did not disappoint the vocal and enthusiastic audience.

CALFORNIAN OPEN PROFESSIONAL LATIN CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 Report by Martin Lamb
Photos by Chris Hansen Photography 1st ANDREI KAZLOUSKI & ASTA SIGVALDADOTTIR (1,1,1,1,1)
Dominated the competition from the first dance with precision and projection. Clear winners with only a few lower marks, but tonight were not challenged in any way. Had great energy, and also, connection with one another.

CA Open Scores on Busy Dance Week Report by Keith Todd
Action Photos by Chris Hansen Photography The second weekend of February is one of the USA’s busiest dancesport weekends with three NDCA Registered events (Superstars Dancesport and Eastern US Championships are the others), plus the ever-popular Classique du Quebec in Montreal, yet Debbie Avalos’ California Open always draws a big crowd. 

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