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Arts and Entertainment

150 Dancers Perform 'Splash Mob'-Style at LA Live

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Even in the chilly and wet rainstorm-y weather it's still the holidays, and while we find it in decorations and displays, it can also pop up in unexpected forms like it did on Monday, when a group of 150 dancers from the non-profit arts group Gabriella Axelrad Education Foundation performed flash mob--or "splash mob"--style at LA Live to several holiday tunes.

"It's [...] a reminder that good things happen even in atrocious weather," said the foundation's Executive Director, Liza Bercovici, in an email.