What's this site about?

It has two unique sections:

1) The Threaded Tango-List Library

Tango-L (LISTSERV@MITVMA.MIT.EDU) is a lively discussion forum devoted to Argentine Tango topics. There's so much information that it made sense to index and organize the mails into discussion threads. The next step was to share it on the web, and this is it. Considering the "hill of information", I'd reckon there are some gems lurking in here for everyone...

2) The Tango-Link Directory

Contains perhaps the largest collection of Tango-related links on the web. The collection is still in a stage of rapid growth.

How often is the archive updated?

About once or twice a month.

Why aren't there any old discussions in the archive?

2001 is when I started subscribing to the list, so that's all I've got. If you happen to have older collections, send them to me for inclusion.

How do I use it?

There are two ways: just browse the thread index and click on a topic which catches your eye, or use the search function on the upper right (powered by Google).

What's the Banner Painting?

The banner's background is from a painting by Amedeo Modigliani. His works entered the public domain in 1990, 70 years after the death of the artist.


 Zeitgeist (idea by google)


Here are the top searches (we have no interest in individual search patterns)

1. Tango Dress

2. Cabeceo

3. DArienzo

4. Tango Shoes

5. Dance Cortinas

6. Neotango

7. Tango Hat

8. Borges Tango

9. Argentine Women

10. Sex and Tango