Many years ago an older (and wiser) friend of mine said, “there is nothing good but the best”. Not sure at this point what exactly he referred to, but I am positive this expression can (and should) be applied to many areas in our lives. Even the ones which are entertaining in addition to being […]

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If you ask someone what color they associate with Argentine Tango dance, many will guess Red. Must be because of  the image of a woman dancer with a red rose in her teeth. Just Google “Tango and Red Rose” for images and enjoy a few nice ones :). Yes, I know, cheesy, but what can […]

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I was hesitant to use this title at first, but it is a real question some folks are asking online about Argentine Tango! So there it is, can one Tango when drunk? generic cialis This post opens a new category added to Tango Bohemia blog – Tango Question and Answers. Many are curious about Tango […]

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Some time ago I was teaching Beginner Argentine Tango Classes to a group of Ballroom dancers at one of Atlanta dance studios. Tango dancers know it is always a challenge to present fundamentals of an improvisational dance to anyone who is used to learning set patterns and steps. It is much easier to teach a […]

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I have to admit I am not much of a ballet fan. I like partner dances and consider Argentine Tango “the mother of all dances”. So when I recently came across a link to a video with Michail Baryshnikov, I wasn’t too excited. I clicked on it just to pay respect to this famous dancer […]

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