Tango Bugs and Tango Lizards

Tango Bugs and Tango Lizards   Guest Article by Gustavo Larsen On TANGO CULTURE: One hundred and eight years of tango in the US – Part 11:   Tango was losing steam in 1916. Adding to that downward momentum, a very clever article was published in March 1917 by Nixola Greeley-Smith [1]. It ranks among[…]

Dancing at the Steampunk Soiree

Dancing at the Steampunk Soiree Steampunk is defined by the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences as, “Steampunk is modern technology—iPads, computers, robotics, air travel—powered by steam and set in the 1800’s.” A Secondary search defines the timeline as the Victorian era up to the end of the Edwardian era preceding WW1. That leaves a plethora of[…]