Fedor manages 150 instructors teaching 250-classes per year across 30,000 square feet of studios and galleries.
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This week’s episode uncovers a hidden gem, Dogtown Dance Theatre.
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Be Moved is a dance studio for students of all ages. Eager students fill the studio three times a week.
The station runs 24-7 and is staffed by 200 passionate volunteers.
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Virginia’s gubernatorial candidates on Thursday met in Richmond at a forum sponsored by chapters of the Virginia NAACP.
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It was sponsored by a group you’ve probably never heard of that gets together to improve race relations where you live.
Todd Schall-Vess shares theatre history, and explains how what’s happening now will ensure the Byrd’s survival for future generations.
Juan’s guest this week is Myra Daleng, a giant in RVA’s dance community.
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