noticed, the information which this Travel Guide lists for
some dance venues is pretty minimal. Sometimes I dont
even know what nights they have dancing. And in some
cases, the information I have dates back several years and
has probably changed several times; the place may no longer
I could visit every place in the world where gays and lesbians
dance to country and swing music, but I cant. However,
with your help, I can have the best information possible. Heres
the basic info I need:
A DANCE VENUE
Website or E-Mail Address
nights/times are lessons held?
What nights/times is open dancing available?
Is it country or swing dancing?
If there is a cover charge, how much?
Anything else about the place (no smoking, women only,
A DANCE GROUP
Telephone Number (*)
Website or E-Mail Address (*)
sort of a group is it (social, performance, event
When it was founded?
What special events does it produce and when?
- For some groups, the contact info may be that of
a member rather than the group. If so, Id
like to include that persons name if I may.)
Venues, I also want to include a short review of the place. Here,
I can include information about who the teacher is, who the
DJ is, what the format of the lessons are, and what sort
of lessons are taught when? You can also talk about
the decor, the size and condition of the dance floor, when
the best nights for dancing are, and how friendly the regulars
must be accompanied by a real name and a valid e-mail address. All
reviews will be credited to the submitter if youre
going to puff a place up or tear it down, be willing to stand
up for your opinions although if you wish to be credited
without your e-mail address being linked or even just by
first name and last initial (Jim D.), I will
oblige. The full name and e-mail address will be kept
in my files so that I can contact you later, if need be.
gladly include reviews from multiple people, even with conflicting
views; the more information that visitors have, the better.
reserve the right to edit these reviews. Outright
hostile reviews which are often from people who
have an axe to grind with a venues management,
in my experience will be rejected. Which
doesnt mean that negative reviews are bad, but
there is always some way to say the bad without it sounding