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Arts & Entertainment - September 6, 2019

Stanford group brings K-pop culture to Palo Alto

XTRM celebrates Korean music and dance through videos and public performances

by Daniel Li

Downtown Palo Alto's Lytton Plaza is known as a venue for free speech and eclectic public performances. In recent years, Stanford University's K-pop dance group XTRM (pronounced "extreme") has been catching the attention of passersby at the plaza as they perform dance covers of upbeat K-pop songs while dressed in coordinated outfits.

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