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Max, Tango, and The Spanish Language

If your Spanish needs a little help, try dancing the tango. Read More »

Big Nose in Buenos Aires

If you want a taxi, find this man. Read More »

Pablo Neruda’s 100 Sonnets of Love: 1 (A Translation)

In translating Neruda's poems, I was mindful of how each of his sonnets is an unruly flame, moving the way the emotions so often do. Read More »

Movie Review: Pépé Le Moko and The Battle of Algiers

The two best films ever made about The Casbah also happen to be two of the best films ever made. Read More »

Horacio Ferrer: The Essence of Tango, Part Two

You may not have heard of him, but more "tanguero" than this man you cannot get. Read More »

Horacio Ferrer: The Essence of Tango, Part One

You may not have heard of him, but more "tanguero" than this man you cannot get. Read More »

Hemingway, Fame, and Failure

How's that novel of yours coming along? Read More »

Plane Image: A Brice Marden Retrospective

What you see is what you see. Read More »

Hugh Grant, Andy Warhol and $21 million

In Warhol’s case, all his art could be called “minor”. Read More »

Exhibition Review: The Age of Rembrandt, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

If you savor Dutch 17th century art, this is a must-see. Read More »