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If you’ve ever been dragged along on a walking tour of Buenos Aires, you’ve probably heard the (not so humble) humble-brag that Buenos Aires is THE birthplace of tango. And while its music and movement have gone international, no …

Tango Queer is not quite as I remember it. Yes, it’s still in San Telmo – where it’s been for the past eleven years – but there’s a raised platform in the middle of the room where an open dance …

The pulse of tango in this city is palpable, and the idea of getting to participate in the world’s most sensual tête-à-tête is definitely an intriguing prospect (even if your dance experience is negligible like mine). Keeping in line with

Frank Jin is a man as much dedicated to his passions as he is proud of his heritage. The Chinese tango aficionado, archivist, DJ, educator, unofficial ambassador – or, as he demurely objects, “more of a hobbyist. My friends and …

Tomorrow – Thursday, November 6th the ferociously talented Fifí Tango will be performing their last show of the year, and promise include your favorite tango songs from the ‘40s and ’50s such as “Dímelo al Oído”, “Se Dice de Mi” …