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A Night Out In The Louisville Salsa Underground

‘1,2,3…face your partner…5,6,7…1,2,3…Leads turn…5,6,7… let’s try that two more times,’ said instructor David Sommer at beginner’s salsa night at Butchertown Social. The makeshift dance floor was crowded with people of varying ages, ethnicities, genders and dance skills, together shifting their feet forward and back to the instruction of a trained salsa dancer. ‘A little tip, guys: You don’t have to hold on to her hand the whole time. Keep it light, don’t grasp on and be like, Don’t let go, don’t let go,’ Sommer said with a smile into his headset as he showed the move with a woman standing... Read More

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