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|The sensual moves and romantic overtones of this social dance craze electrify Denver nightclubs with staying power. And for devotees, salsa's allure is addictive.
"Pretty soon your whole life is salsa," says Barbie Novoryta, a 40-year-old instructor with Latin Dance FX who danced West Coast swing until eight years ago, when salsa became her passion. "The freedom of the music hit me in the heart."
Salsa retains its spot in the local nightlife scene because the dance community continues to grow and salsa's popularity reaches worldwide, says Joseph Snowhawk, who owns The Dance Collective studio in Arvada.
"Generally a dance will have a two- or three-year run, like swing did," Snowhawk says. "But salsa is still hot, and it's the hottest dance all over the world. You even have Japanese bands playing salsa. It's the kind of dance that allows you to bring your own style to it."
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