There are literally thousands of links related to Argentine Tango on the web. Rather than try to compile an inclusive list of all of them, I am only including those that are particularly relevant or are personal favorites of mine.
Tango in Portland ...
http://PortlandTango.com - Bill Alsup's excellent website of Portland Area Argentine Tango, with events and where to dance in Portland Oregon, as well as a much more complete list of tango links in Portland and around the world.
http://www.tangoberretin.com/ - Alex Krebs, our beloved local boy who done good, has gone from a lanky Reed physics student to a world-renowned Tango instructor and performer. And the real proof (not counting his fully-booked schedule): women who dance with him walk off the floor in a daze, with that giddy little smile and faraway look in their eyes.
http://home.teleport.com/~robhauk/ - Robert Hauk has built a national reputation as a premier "milonguero" or close-embrace dancer and instructor. He is a student and close friend of Susana Miller, regarded by many as being chiefly responsible for bringing the true milonguero embrace to the United States.
http://www.paradisestudio.us/ - Paradise Dance Studio. Polly McBride has been a tireless promotor of Tango in Portland since it's beginning with Clay Nelson in 1993. Her book, "All Things Argentine Tango" is here:
http://www.orcadigital.com/tango/ - Andrew David Burt has drawn on a wide background in dance and movement arts to create a beautiful and unique style that defies labels but clearly is breaking new ground in the evolution of modern Argentine Tango.
http://www.tangorevolution.com/ - Adam Hamilton, an impressive and creative dancer.
http://www.claysdancestudio.com/ - Clay Nelson, even though relocated to Seattle, was responsible for bringing Tango to Portland. He continues to host Portland's TangoFest and ValenTango festivals, reputed to be the largest and second largest tango festivals in the United States.
... elsewhere in Oregon ...
- http://www.tangocenter.org/ - Greg Bryant and his loyal and hard-working community have created the Eugene Tango Center in downtown Eugene, Oregon. It is a truly Wonderful space.
- http://www.sotango.org/ - Roy Wright is carrying the Tango ball in Ashland and Roseburg in southern Oregon.
... elsewhere in the World, and related, special Tango sites ...
- http://www.tangozen.com/ - Chan Park's site on Tango Zen. Just as the Tao that can be spoken is not the true Tao, so too, words cannot express the depth and beauty of Chan's site. See for yourself
- http://www.taooftango.com/ - Johanna Siegmann's delightful book, the Tao of Tango
- http://www.danceoftheheart.com/ - Brian Dunn and Deb Scler in Denver, CO
- http://www.close-embrace.com/ - Robin Thomas and Jennifer Bratt in New York.
- http://www.tangopulse.net/ - Jackie Wong's Tango Pulse in Boston.
- http://freetango.net/ - Jaimes Friedgen and Rachel Smith in Seattle - a beautiful and highly creative young couple on the forefront of creating modern Tango.
- http://organictango.info/index_SF.shtml - Homer Ladas in SF. Another beautiful and creative dancer, truly mesmerizing to watch.
- http://www.tangonetwork.com/ - Patricio Touceda and Eva Lucero, in Seattle - too beautiful and incredible to describe.
- http://tobiasconradi.com/eng/tango - Tobias Conradi, based in Berlin, has amassed a collection of over 1400 links related to tango, including where to dance anywhere in the world. Are you traveling? Check out his website!
- http://www.tango.org/ - Tom Stermitz in Denver, CO, organizer of the world-famous Memorial Day Tango Festival
- http://www.tejastango.com/ - Steve Brown in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX.
- http://www.elcorte.com/ - Eric Jorissen, Komala Vos, and Stefan Wimmer in Amsterdam, the Nederlands
- http://www.paristangomag.com/eng/frame.htm - El Farolito, Paris Tango Magazine, famous for gorgeous cover art, if nothing else. Published by ex-Oregon native Alex Kumming and his beautiful French wife Veronique.
- http://totango.net/ttindex.html - Keith Elshaw's ToTango website, with information on his multi-year project to electronically re-master the tango recordings of the Golden Era
- http://www.tangovancouver.com/tango/tango_main.htm - Susana Domingues' website in Vancouver BC has an excellent piece on the history of tango. Also click on Symposium and check out excellent tips on dancing.
- http://www.pulpostango.com.ar/ - the legendary el Pulpo (the "octopus") Norberto Esbrez
- http://www.ar8.com.fr/gitango/ - the legendary Chicho Frumboli
- http://www.tangoacademypasadena.com - Pasadena tango Academy with an impressive painting by Fabian Perez, and http://www.HollywoodTangoFestival.com