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Indi Cowie, a soccer freestyle sensation, performed with members of Dorrance Dance, a tap dance company based out of New York City, during a collaborative pop up show in Davis Library at UNC on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The performance was part of a week-long residency for the company to celebrate the launch of a new app called 'Arts Everywhere' intended to help the community more easily connect with arts events on campus. Casey Toth ctoth@newsobserver.com
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