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the stork club - The Stork was always a celebrity hot spot — before, during and after Prohibition. Gossip columnist Walter Winchell (1930′s answer to TMZ) called it New York’s New Yorkiest place — and based all of his newspaper columns and radio broadcasts on gossip he overheard at his private Table 50.

The "Big Apple Dance" considered to be the 3rd biggest dance craze of all time originated from jazz clubs and involves numerous steps that includes square dancing, flexible swinging and rapid foot work.