Take a trip to Argentina, in Concord



The Diversity Den, located at 160 Concord Commons Drive, wants you to dance the Argentine Tango.

Every Tuesday night, dancers and wanna be dancers come together and learn the tango from instructor Greg Gershowitz.

So, what is the Argentine Tango?

Well, it's not hiking the Appalachian Trail -- Mark Sanford.

It's more of a social dance than the regular tango.

According to Wikipedia:

Argentine tango is danced in an embrace that can vary from very open, in which leader and follower connect at arms length, to very closed, in which the connection is chest-to-chest, or anywhere in between. Close embrace is often associated with the more traditional styles, while open embrace leaves room for many of the embellishments and figures that are associated with tango nuevo.

And that makes this dance sexy and great way to feel up on your partner without getting slapped. At the Diversity Den, you don't need a dance partner, so if you're looking for a bit of a summer romance, here's your chance to meet someone new.

And if you and your mate are tired of the same old dates -- you know, dinner, movie and bedroom -- then here's something new and exciting to try.

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