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Thanks to the growing popularity of ballroom dancing on television (Dancing with the Stars, anyone?), the Tango is one of the most popular couples’ dances around. Maybe that’s why it’s the perfect subject of dancing dentist Dr. Lewis Gross’ novel … Continue reading
“This story is really for all you metro, middle-aged men with working wives, weekend marriages, and wayward children, or at least two out of three. We are the Rapt Generation of husbands. It is no longer sufficient for me to … Continue reading
In his book, Montauk Tango, Dr. Gross explains how his main characters, Tracy and Lewis, used the Tango to tear down walls and build bridges between Montauk locals and their family restaurant, The 668 Gig Shack. How could a silly … Continue reading
I will be going to Paris next week to participate in The Color Of Paris, Tango Fesitval. It will be my first time performing at this event. If anyone has participated in the past or knows any good stories/milongas, let’s … Continue reading
nice to be back in the hood with all my friends at work; can’t wait to dance at Lafayette Grill. Milongas in Buenos Aires were too crowded..
NYC event: Tango Fire – Tango Fire follows its acclaimed 2007 Joyce engagement with Tango Inferno, a new production … http://ow.ly/1aYcFL
Me incanta! jaja RT @gardelbot: @Dr_Lewis_Gross me voy de la rueda, perdón muchachada, si queda el vacío por mi deserción…