Description 'Tahtib' is the modern Egyptian term for a traditional form of Egyptian folk dance involving a wooden stick, also known as 'stick dance' or 'cane dance'. It is sometimes described as a 'stick-dancing game', or as a highly ritualized mock fight accompanied by music.
Francisco 'Paco' Dozier, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Member Since March 2009 Artist Statement Andy Warhol once said, 'In the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes'. Well, I say this is the future, and these are my fifteen minutes!
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