David and Elizabeth Walsh, foreground, and Ken Brown and Karen Ideker, background from left, dance the Argentine Tango on an outdoor plaza at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma in 2008.
David and Elizabeth Walsh, foreground, and Ken Brown and Karen Ideker, background from left, dance the Argentine Tango on an outdoor plaza at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma in 2008. Janet Jensen Staff file, 2008
David and Elizabeth Walsh, foreground, and Ken Brown and Karen Ideker, background from left, dance the Argentine Tango on an outdoor plaza at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma in 2008. Janet Jensen Staff file, 2008

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