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Interview With Edgardo David Holzman, Author of Malena

Edgardo David Holzman explains why he wrote his first book as fiction and about Argentina's Dirty War Read More »

Q & A with Amy Bruni and Adam Berry from Syfy’s Ghost Hunters

Syfy's Ghost Hunters Amy Bruni and Adam Berry are Amusing, Alluring and Astounding. Read More »

Music Review: Dave Bass Quartet – Gone

Engaging melodies and memorable lyrics make this music not only accessible, but appealing to those not previously familiar to jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Pablo Aslan – Tango Grill

Recorded in Buenos Aires, Argentina, featuring a superb ensemble of tango and jazz musicians, Tango Grill, the new recording by Argentine-born, New York-based bassist Pablo Aslan, is a brilliant follow up to "Buenos Aires Tango Standards. Read More »

Music Review: Gotan Project – Tango 3.0

Tando 3.0 feels slower and less energetic than its predecessors, but still an enjoyable album from a skilled group. Read More »

Life in Buenos Aires: The Identity Crisis That Isn’t

It didn’t make sense to commute 14,000 miles to dance. In the end, I sold everything I owned to come to Argentina to live. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Rough Guide to Tango, Vol. 2

The rough guide to tango is an encompassing and emotionally charged. collection of tango and neo-tango songs. Read More »

The Runway Walk

There's got to be a better way. Read More »

Max, Tango, and The Spanish Language

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