Sunday, January 1, 2017

Worth Another Look: Radical cheerleader and her New Year’s salute in 2012. You can’t make this stuff up!

[Note: The blog post below is from 2012. Please be patient, the videos take a few moments to load and you'll enjoy some of the comments below.]
From the program notes:

In 2005, a danceoff was called between Lake Worth and Miami young radicals. The competition was so brutal and almost damaging, the dancers agreed that instead of competing again, we would work together, - “Never a Danceoff, Always a Showcase” - and thus South Florida United Queer Dancers was formed.
     This year, Miami called for an Apocalyptic Pop & Lock Showdown at their New Year’s Eve party for 2012, and the competition was back on. This is Lake Worth’s performance.

That’s our former City Commissioner Cara Jennings leading off the video as Dancin’ Kim. She can really “Pop . . . and lock it!” And Version II: