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Ciudadela Dancing Club: catrines, pachucos y danzón

Ciudadela Dancing Club: catrines, pachucos y danzón en DF

Lovely street waltz, 1980?

"Faces in the Rubble In the Bronx, Capturing Beauty in the Bad Old In the middle of a Mott Haven street, a lone couple hugs tightly and twirls to the music of an unseen orchestra. Bronx, New York. Photo by By David Gonzalez

These 27 Old Couples Will Remind You What Love Is All About

These 27 Old Couples Will Remind You What Love Is All About

As far as I'm concerned, there are few things as adorable as sweet old couples. Think about it: how many times have you cracked a smile at a pair of cute old

Eso era lo raro de los músicos, no sabias su historia ni la razón de porque se cruzaban en tu camino, pero siempre tenias algo que aprender de el. << gracias por creer en mi >>

Eso era lo raro de los músicos, no sabias su historia ni la razón de porque se cruzaban en tu camino, pero siempre tenias algo que aprender de el. << gracias por creer en mi >>

Sometimes wish my husband secretly knew how to ballroom dance dancing-through-life

The tango may end, but passion’s fire blazes on in “The Last Dance.” The romantic final pose of two silhouetted tango dancers is imparted with a sense of eternity by surrounding train tracks which extend into infinity. Elongated shadows cast upon quaint c

“I believe every single woman is a Goddess. We are divine, miraculous and glorious. You may need to rediscover and reclaim this part of yourself but it’s there just waiting for you to rock it.

Danzón (1991) film directed by María Novaro. Julia (María Rojo) is a phone operator in Mexico City who lives for her job, her daughter and the danzón. Every Wednesday Julia does the danzón with Carmelo (Daniel Rergis) in the Salón Colonia. They've danced for years without becoming close. One night Carmelo disappears without a trace. Lonely and sad, Julia takes a train to Veracruz, where she knows Carmelo has a brother. That trip changes Julia's life.

Danzón (1991) film directed by María Novaro. Julia (María Rojo) is a phone operator in Mexico City who lives for her job, her daughter and the danzón. Every Wednesday Julia does the danzón with Carmelo (Daniel Rergis) in the Salón Colonia. They've danced for years without becoming close. One night Carmelo disappears without a trace. Lonely and sad, Julia takes a train to Veracruz, where she knows Carmelo has a brother. That trip changes Julia's life.