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mission statement

The mission of this web is to provide a resource that provides information about Latin dancing, entertainment, news, medical, social, cultural, and other information that pertains to the Latino/Hispanic communities of Pennsylvania (mostly concentrated on the Philadelphia, PA. area), South Jersey, and Delaware.  As an added service, resources from a national perspective and Puerto Rico are included.

From a Latino perspective, the late 1990's were the years that the Latino influence reached mainstream proportions (Latino or Hispanic stuff became hip).  With the advent of a few movies where the fun of Latin dancing were highlighted; the advent of mainstream nightclubs playing the music that we as Latinos have enjoyed for generations; the recordings and live performances of artists such as Marc Anthony and Tito Puente; the acceptance of Latinos by the Grammies; and the acceptance of our style of dancing and music by individuals that are trend setters; have brought to the masses something that has been lacking - a new way to communicate, meet people, and (above all) have fun.

The way I see it, the trend will continue to become bigger then what it is now.  With more folks learning to dance Latin (Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Bachata, Samba, and Tango just to name a few), and more entertainment avenues accepting our music (TV, movies, radios, nightclubs, magazines, etc.), the roots have been deeply planted so that the trend becomes a way-of-life and not just a fad in the new Millennium.

This web will be used as a forum to spread the word about the influence our music and culture is having on general society.  Hopefully you will enjoy the information that is provided here.

If you have an event, other information, or any information which you feel that others may find useful, please click here and send me; name or title, purpose, address, phone number, email address, cost, times, dress code, and any other related information.

If you like to see what folks are saying or if you would like to participate on a discussion forum, you are welcomed to click here.

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Revised; September 06, 2008