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Take the lead

They dance in studios, and on moonlit bridges, drawn to tango's close embrace

By Grace Talusan
Globe Correspondent / June 8, 2008

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In tango, there are leaders and followers. Traditionally, men were leaders and women, followers. But in the early 1990s, Hsueh-tze (pronounced "Shootsie") Lee, ever the iconoclast, learned both roles. Soon, devotees of the Argentine tango in Boston - and later, across the nation - knew her as "the woman who leads." (Full article: 1354 words)

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