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To the dance floor(s)

Posted by Jeff Miranda  August 21, 2008 01:07 PM

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[Think your moves can top this guy's?]

It's no secret that dance parties are kind of my thing. (See my bio at the right.) Check out our picks for some local dance spots to keep you moving throughout the week.

If you need further inspiration, this weekend's packed with opportunites for rump shaking and robot walking:

Tomorrow at the Roxy, stop by Latin Fridays, where DJ Lus and DJ Andy Panty start spinning at 10 p.m. Women on the guest list get in free before 11:30 p.m. You can call host Tomas Soto at 617-848-8117 to save yourself a spot - and that's a safer bet than shilling out the $15 cover.

Not keen on crowded clubs? Head to Project MUM: Somerville's Final Frontier, where you'll get the chance to shake your groove thing in the open air, right under the McGrath Highway on Saturday. The party starts at 9 p.m. and there's no cover, but the suggested donation is $10.

Every fourth Tuesday at the Milky Way Lounge in Jamaica Plain, catch ...And Don't the Kids Just Love It, featuring indie pop and power pop. There's no cover. Bonus: Half-price bowling after 9 p.m.

I'm breaking a sweat just writing about it.

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