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This music—which much of the public found radically different, puzzling, or off-putting—was intended more for listening in small nightclubs than for dancing in big ballrooms, as had been swing music.
And the ballroom, where the party was being held, was absolutely jam-packed.
The potential site plan also includes 284 parking spaces, 91,000 square feet of ballroom area and direct connection to the convention center.
The historic building has housed a ballroom for more than 30 years.
But the bones were good and the ballroom, a 23,000-square-foot metal building, had a solid foundation.
Reporters were not given access to ask questions and were immediately escorted from the ballroom when the speech ended.
Designed by Cooper Carry, the building also includes several ballrooms and boardroom spaces for corporate meetings.
Ballroom dance classes An eight-week class for adults to learn to do the cha-cha, a modern style of ballroom dancing. 7-9 p.m. Sept. 22-Nov. 10.
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