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About tangobunny

Pastor Bunny went on sabbatical leave to Argentina July 28-November 4, 2010, funded by a pastoral renewal grant from the Lily Foundation. It was her second visit to AR. Since then she's been back three more times and toured the country. She loves the Argentine people as much as the tango and calls Argentina her other home.

2015 So Far…With Pie

On New Year’s Eve I landed in BsAs, tired but ready to see the new year in with music and dancing. Sadly though, all my friends were out of the city on holiday! Grabbed a taxi at the airport to … Continue reading

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Everything Changes

Everything changes in the Tango World, the sub-culture I seek out in each city I visit. On my last visit to Buenos Aires in January of this year I saw this again. There were new milongas, and some I’d frequented … Continue reading

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L’inconnu dans la maison

No tango today–save in my imagination. Enjoyed watching several pieces on Facebook, especially a recent post of friend Bruno in BsAs. Mostly immersion in film today–with rain pouring outside and daughter Pamela holed up in office laboring away, gson Josh … Continue reading

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Wednesday

Wednesdays are for dancing……hoping tomorrow that is the case…it’s been too long and my feet need the treat!

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Invitation

My tango teacher, Alex, sent an invitation to me and my friend, Stan, to dance in a program in December. It’s something about “Generations in Dance.” We’d be dancing one song on a  stage with two other couples, all representing … Continue reading

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I Won’t Dance, Don’t Ask Me!

I didn’t go to dance last evening at the outdoor, salmon bake milonga in Kirkland. It has been unseasonably hot in the west-even the great Northwest where most of us don’t have air conditioning. So, I went to the movies, … Continue reading

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Usually On Sundays

Many years ago I saw “Never On Sunday” with the lovely Melina Macuri. She was dazzling: at once both technically proficient and magnetically gorgeous.  I wanted to be her for sure. But, to watch her, to experience her was a … Continue reading

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Who Knew?

Martin Maldonado and Maurizio Ghella happened to be in DC this weekend-who knew?-teaching workshops and then tonight, dancing a performance at the Eastern Market milonga. After a full day of hanging out with sons Steve and David at the mansion … Continue reading

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DC Tango

While visiting my son I’m also checking out the tango scene. Last time I tried, only once, the crowd wasn’t very welcoming. But at last Saturday’s afternoon practica at the MLK library, everyone was friendly. Just delightful for the visiting … Continue reading

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My Brother’s Life, Celebrated

Joseph Campbell, the great theologian, philosopher and teacher, who wrote the pivotal work on world religions, and who you may remember from the PBS series “The Power of Myth,” once said that what human beings are seeking is not “meaning” … Continue reading

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