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Gaga movement

World’s Gone “Gaga”

Developed by choreographer Ohad Naharin, Gaga is a constantly evolving movement language for both dancers and non-dancers. The practice originated from Naharin’s need to communicate with his dancers, and subsequently revolutionized his Batsheva Dance Company. Dancer, dance scholar, and Gaga guide

Bunny by Mona Awad, picture by Wild Wonder llc

Spring Book List

Nothing gets us in the mood for a new season than an on-theme book list. We present to you our "Sprung on Spring" book list on Bookshop.org.  From classic favorites to new loves, we've got something for every bunny. Click

Race Identity The Shadow

Race, Identity, + The Shadow

As an Asian American woman of mixed race, Sophia Tran Hornyak offers us her novel perspective - inviting us to consider how listening to the underdog parallels with our own ability to truly honor our shadow. In response to recent attacks