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Dance with a stranger. She'd never even met him, but when Jean Rafferty arrived in Buenos Aires, she was accompanied by the ghost of her uncle Andy who came here as a merchant seaman in the golden age of the tango. (not so much about dance more about Argentina): www.newsunlimited.co.uk/travel/story/0,3605,81172,00.html (*)
8. "RE: Sunday Links - None!"
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Bruce, you missed the article in the Sunday Times about the 'atmosphere of bohemian sexuality' backstage at the ROH, illustrated with a photo of Cope and Bussell in Apollo - which has, as it turns out, absolutely no connection whatsoever with the story.
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Thanks Jane - I've just spend a while trying to find this piece on the Sunday Times site but alas cannot (for soem reason they don't have a search which makes it difficult rather than easy!). I'm sure it's me but if you can find this piece again and copy/paste the URL up it would be appreciated. And I would encourage all to add links that they find to the list. But while I'm here somebody emailed the following NY Times link:
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It has, as I said, absolutely nothing to do with ballet, and the photo isn't in the on-line addition. If you really want to see it, look for a headline 'Isaacs figures in ex-lovers sexy novel' or something similar.