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Slow Dancing

In Argentina, a new movement to bring back slowing dancing attracted 4,000 people to an outdoor slow dance party. The revelers, who learned of the event via Facebook and mass emails, danced to hits like Peter Cetera’s “The Glory of Love,” Bryan Adams’ “(Everything I Do) I Do it For You,” and Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.” Although the event turned out to be a marketing campaign for Doritos, please let this catch on. I would love it if 8th grade graduation-style dances were the next New Rave.

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