The Return of Breakdancing NPR's Rekha Murthy reports from Charlottesville, Va., on the growing revival of the 1980s fad turned 1990s faux-pas: breakdancing. At the University of Virginia and other campuses around the country, college students are shoulder-spinning and moonwalking (though they might not call it that), and bringing the art of "b-boying" back to the mainstream.

The Return of Breakdancing

The Return of Breakdancing

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NPR's Rekha Murthy reports from Charlottesville, Va., on the growing revival of the 1980s fad turned 1990s faux-pas: breakdancing. At the University of Virginia and other campuses around the country, college students are shoulder-spinning and moonwalking (though they might not call it that), and bringing the art of "b-boying" back to the mainstream.