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Recently, SFR put out our newly updated Annual Manual, a definitive guide to living in Santa Fe. If you haven't picked one up yet, they can be found throughout the year near our paper racks or at SFR's offices. But lest you use this tome of hard work only as a reference guide, we're posting an article from it each weekend for perusal at your leisure. This week, Ramón A Lovato and I give mambo instructions, comically.
By Ramón A Lovato and Rani Molla
Santa Fe is big on Latin dancing, and why not—it’s fun, flirty, athletic and approachable; the dancers are friendly and the music is energetic. But as with any social dance, going out dancing warrants certain etiquette. Knowing how to dance doesn’t hurt either, so SFR drew up this handy cheat sheet to get you started on that most famous of Latin dances: the mambo. Start in position A, then alternate between positions B and C; you’re dancing; Ask your fellow dancers to show you a few moves and you have everything you need to start dancing around Santa Fe.