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Live Video: Debbie Allen's Dance Academy performs for Endeavour


As space shuttle Endeavour  continues its journey though Los Angeles, organizers have estimated that it will reach Martin Luther King Blvd. by about 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon.  The shuttle will halt there for what is scheduled to be a 30-minute stop in front of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza for a performance organized by choreographer Debbie Allen. Officials said the event will feature live music and aerial dancers. From the intersection the it will turn onto Martin Luther King Blvd. where it will need to maneuver around some trees during the next phase of its journey. Large crowds are expected, but officials  said earlier this week that the intersection  can accommodate only a few thousands people.


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