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The hotel's piece de resistance is the grand ballroom with 30-foot ceilings and the original 24-foot-high crane and tracks, which once originally transported transformers to storage vaults for repair.
Each year, ballet artists and beautifully costumed ballroom dancers float through romantic vignettes on a stage filled with fresh-cut floral arrangements.
As Donnelly reported last year, a Christmas Eve feast included a buffet of sweets that lined a wall in a Mar-a-Lago ballroom: Pistachio cakes, peppermint bark and giant towers of M&Ms were among other goodies.
This former ballroom on the fifth floor of a brick-and-limestone Georgian building near St. James's Park, is comprised of just 30 rooms and suites, with contemporary black-and-white interiors, rich carved mahogany and black leather furnishings.
Feedback was requested from among the 80 or more locals who turned out Thursday for a free lunch and demonstrations by students enrolled in hula lessons, ballroom dancing and folk-dancing classes.
However, her parents were both competitive ballroom dancers.
The Ravenswood Art Walk, spanning Ravenswood from Irving Park to Leland, is an opportunity to view local work and practice ballroom dancing.
Watch Mariota call plays in the huddle, take a snap from under center, and drop back seven steps with the grace of a ballroom dancer.
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