Tips for Deciding What Kind of Dance to Learn

Americans are falling back in love with dancing. The number of people in the United States who have started ballroom dancing lessons jumped 35% from 2001 through 2011. The American dance studio industry has done very well, too. It has produced about $2.1 billion in revenue. The  roughly 49,000 dance…

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Planning the Perfect Bachelor or Bachelorette Party

Wedding season is fast approaching, and with it, frantic bridesmaids and groomsmen are scrambling to plan the perfect bachelor and bachelorette parties. Fortunately, there are tons of activities to choose from for a night on the town, from traditional clubbing and bar-hopping to more understated options, like bowling and karaoke.…

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Full-Scale Model of Ancient Hebrew Tabernacle Coming to Spokane Valley

Traveling acts such as magicians and street performers have been popular ever since the Middle Ages, but Messiah’s Mansion is traveling entertainment with a message. The traveling exhibit is a full-scale replica of the movable tabernacle the ancient Hebrews built under Moses’ leadership after escaping from Egypt. The temple is…

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Three Types of Books to Consider for Your Required Reading List

Choosing books for a required reading list can be pretty tough, especially when you’re choosing for middle school and high school students. It’s a time when their world knowledge is beginning to intersect with their academic knowledge, and can be a crucial time for instilling a love of reading and…

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