During the Revolution, the dance's popularity declined a little until Jesús González Rubio (a Guadalajara music professor) composed a melody for the dance as a symbol of national unity. Rubio’s melody became the "national dance" of Mexico and gained wide popular recognition and in 1919, the Russian dancer Anna Pavlova added the Jarabe Tapatío permanently in her repertoire.

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San Diego has a small, but growing art scene. "Kettner Nights" at the Art and Design District in Little Italy has art and design exhibitions throughout many retail design stores and galleries on selected Friday nights. "Ray at Night" at North Park host a variety of small scale art galleries on the second Saturday evening of each month. La Jolla and nearby Solana Beach also have a variety of art galleries.

Just surprised nobody has mentioned Tomorrow Never Knows, by The Beatles (Revolver final track, 1966) …. Paul McCartney’s most avant garde sound recording with John Lennon’s lyrics based directly of the TBotD which begins: “Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream … it is not dying, it is not dying” (based on Prof Timothy Leary’s translation)

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Pete is correct. This masterpiece was out long before NTS picked it up. I’m glad they did but please thank Black Classical.

The largest powwow in North America is the "Gathering of Nations." It is held every April at the sports arena of the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. This event attracts over two thousand Native American dancers, hundreds of drummers, tens of thousands of Indian spectators and several thousand non-Indian guests. In addition, it features a large Native American crafts market and many food stalls. There is a modest admission fee. I attended this spectacular event in 2005.


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