Supernaturalz: Demonstrating Ford's Foot-Activated Liftgate

A new available feature to the 2013 Ford Escape and 2013 C-MAX is called foot-activated liftgate. Essentially, a kicking motion under the rear bumper a…

Beyoncé video accused of plagiarism

Pop star Beyoncé Knowles' new video Countdown has raised some controversy over its striking similarity to the work of...

SYTYCD Canada cancelled

The cast and contestants of So You Think You Can Dance Canada (SYTYCDC) have taken their final bow. The reality dance show will no…

Canadian dancers make on-screen splash


So You Think You Can Dance Canada winner takes on charitable work

Since winning So You Think You Can Dance Canada (SYTYCDC) Season Two, Tara-Jean Popowich has been busy with charity work. She rec…


Two books from Western Canadian dancers

Leap, a new novel by Jodi Lundgren, is a fictional story about a fifteen-year-old girl and her relationship with dance.

Spandy Andy: From Vancouver to Niagara Falls

This just in on YouTube: Spandy Andy has posted his travel video as he crosses Canada for a summer gig he’s secured at Marineland Canada. You may reme…

Melissa Williams: Extreme Dreams, Extreme Dance

The February 2010 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes a feature on Canadian-born dancer and choreographer Melissa Williams.

Make Me

Not a month after Nico got the call by choreographer Gil Duldulao, he is now featured in Janet Jackson’s new hit video Make Me.

Goulish dancers deliver "Thriller-Grams" in St. John's

From October 26-30, 2009, St. John's contemporary dancers delivered live presentations of the famous Michael Jackson "Thriller" da...

Thrill the World

Numbers and videos are still pouring in, but so far it looks like approximatley 23,000 zombies from around the world simultaneously danced Michael Jackson’s Thriller this weekend in the record breaking attempt Thrill the World.


First Last Thoughts

On Michael Jackson and Pina Bausch By Seika Boye

When pop icon Michael Jackson and German choreographer Pina Bausch died within five days of one another in late June, my Facebook homepage was suddenly filled with the voices of dancers.

Second season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada

After a successful first season, with an average of 1.4 million viewers per episode, So You Think You Can Dance Canada will return…

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