From Our Editors
Inside an Argentinean milonga, tango dancers beneath colorful lights sweep together and apart like a field of swaying flowers. The same moves popular in the Tango salons of Buenos Aires come to life on the foot-cushioning sprung floor of Spokane Tango. In the studio’s chandelier-lit dancehall, which is called Club Corazon, lilting strides carry students beneath curtains the deep red of a pinot noir or a gaucho who just dropped his lunch tray. During BYOB milonga parties, there is no pressure to show perfect technique; pupils focus instead on enjoyment and self-expression.