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July 13, 2014 3:44 PM

KC’s Masonic Temple still a swingin’ spot with weekend of Lindy Hop

For a second year, a fledgling local swing dance group, 627 Stomp, hosted a weekend of dancing at the historic Kansas City Masonic Temple at Ninth and Harrison streets. On the same wooden floors where Harry and Bess Truman danced, 20- and 30-somethings in shorts, T-shirts and Keds sneakers, some with slicked-back hair, honed triple steps, ball changes and shuffles.

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