As followers of the "Come At Me" series know, our reporter Alex Mahadevan has issued a city-wide challenge to take on any competitor — in any arena. Each month, he chooses what he deems his most worthy opponent and goes head to head with anyone who dares accept.
This month, the White Buffalo Saloon caught wind of the standing challenge and invited Alex down to the bar to cut a rug on the line dancing floor.
Having recently watched "Road House," Alex felt more than prepared to take on anyone in the country bar, including Tim Schlach, who teaches line dancing classes from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Thursday and Friday night at the establishment.
Schlach got Alex suited up in his finest Western garb, directed him to the dance floor and showed him a thing or two about what he calls #CountrySwag.
+ IF YOU GO:
Line Dance Workshop — takes place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at the White Buffalo Saloon. $20.
This second-annual family friendly workshop features line dance instructors from all over the state, who are making the trip to teach beginner, intermediate and advanced classes. Admission includes workshop, food and admission into the bar that night.