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THE DANCING TIMES

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this from a staff member of THE DANCING TIMES

[as usual i cannot find the earlier thread mentioning the magazine's distribution plans for the NYC-area. feel free to move this if it make sense]

as follows:

Apparently Dancing Times will be sold in Barnes & Noble venues in NY....

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A great magazine!!!! :wink: We use to have one magazine store that would sell DT here in NYC. But it closed in the late 90's. Great

news indeed!!!!!

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this from a staff member of THE DANCING TIMES

[as usual i cannot find the earlier thread mentioning the magazine's distribution plans for the NYC-area. feel free to move this if it make sense]

as follows:

Apparently Dancing Times will be sold in Barnes & Noble venues in NY....

I am unfamiliar with that publication. What time of articles does it specialize in? Is it similar to Dance Mag or Pointe?

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it's a well-respected, long-running british monthly that focuses mostly on the english dance scene but has a number of international reports as well as solid historical articles. some individuals consider it the most serious dance monthly in the english language.

there's a website: www.dancing-times.co.uk

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Dancing Times Online

As one dance-filled year ends, we look forward to many potentially exciting events in the early months of 2008. Spring Dance at the London Coliseum deserves much advance coverage about the companies and dancers to be seen. Next month Gerald Dowler talks to Wendy Whelan of New York City Ballet and in our March issue Mindy Aloff will re-introduce this great company, which has been too long absent from our shores...The study aids, starting March and written by Elizabeth Marshall, will be devoted to Serge Diaghilev. We can confidently look forward and wish all our readers a Happy New Year.

Thank you, rg! :wink:

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The monthly "Letter from St. Petersburg" by Igor Stupnikov alone is worth the price of the publication, IMO. One of the best ballet mags on earth.

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