Posted 20 January 2002 - 09:50 AM
Posted 20 January 2002 - 10:27 AM
If you go to your library again, you might talk to a staff person there and find out if they have an interlibrary loan agreement with any other county systems in Virginia which will lend videos. In Maryland, there are several county systems which will do so, and the state library resource center might be able to help out as well.
Other than that, you can check on the link above which goes to the Amazon.com site and sometimes you can find used ones there, or on other sites as well. Your dance teacher or studio might be able to work out some sort of borrowing system if you talk to her as well.
Posted 22 January 2002 - 07:11 PM
As for video stores, if you're living in a good-sized city you should have fairly easy access to a decent selection. If you're out in the suburban boonies, it's going to be much harder. Blockbuster is ruthless about its shelf space; a couple of stores in my area that began well, with a number of ballet videos available, got rid of them in short order to make room for video games and Scream VIII, etc. (And I missed the closeout sale, worse luck.) If there is an independently owned video place near you -- let me just plug mine here for the locals, it's Kohne's, in Fremont -- that still has a few titles, although they had to cut back severely because the soulless bloodsucking chains -- well, don't get me started. Hope this helps.
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