Yes – tango and dulce de leche. SO MUCH dulce de leche. But for me Buenos Aires was also about great people, Blues and Swing dancing. I was visiting the city to see my good friend Lilaj and had the opportunity to teach … Continue reading
I landed back home from Stockholm on the other side of 2015 and can’t wait to tell you all about the magical Snowball! I’ll start with why I ended up going. First of all, it’s known as one of the best events … Continue reading
Winter is not my favorite season, but I still look forward to January every year because I can’t wait for Feelin’ Blues here in Tel Aviv. I feel so lucky that an international event of this caliber is walking distance from my … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I got home from Swing Castle Camp, and I’m still mildly disappointed when meal time comes around and there’s no elaborate buffet awaiting me. I also tried to get people to start addressing me as “her majesty” … Continue reading
When your scene starts having too many Swing events to keep track of, it’s a wonderful thing. Here in Israel, we’ve gotten to the point where you can go dancing practically every night of the week, and even have a … Continue reading
A cabaret routine by the Holy Lindy Land sisters: Shirley Osher, Lilaj Feiguin, Yana Meystelman and Maya Shapira. Performed at the Glam Jam Showcase Ball, choreographed by Shirley Osher and Lilaj Feiguin. Music by the Andrews Sisters – Shortnin’ Bread.
For more performances by teachers and students of Holy Lindy Land, check out Holy Lindy Land’s YouTube channel.
When Desert Stomp was over, I realized I didn’t have any dance events lined up to look forward to. Since I love the feeling of anticipation that leads up to going to a festival, I wanted to plan my next … Continue reading
One of the reasons I love being a part of the Lindy Hop community is that it is exactly that – a community. There are over 40,000 of us spread out all over the world (according to a recent informal … Continue reading
April has been quite the month for me, I got to visit and dance in New Orleans then go to Desert Stomp in The Israeli desert when I got home. This much fun in such a short time feels like I’m getting … Continue reading
I have a memory of my parents bringing back Mardi Gras beads from a trip when I was a kid, and I’ve had this inexplicable pull to New Orleans ever since. I didn’t know anything about the place, but it always sounded … Continue reading