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kfalker

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  1. @Sandik - it has been more than amazing. Yesterday there was moment of silence with a huge musical tribute at the Wild game, the downtown Mpls bell tower played a tribute to him Sunday afternoon with 5 of his songs done by bells (link below), Every building and bridge in downtown Mpls lit up in purple. A fly over smoke design in the sky of Prince's symbol during a jazz festival. A 28 hour "A-Z" playlist of Prince's entire collection on the local radio station that Prince loved. And of course First Ave and Paisley Park have been inundated with flowers and fans paying their respect. It has
  2. I live in Minneapolis and the outpouring of love and support has been overwhelmingly beautiful. From street parties to all night dance parties at First Ave (3 nights in a row) to an outdoor filming of Purple Rain in Downtown Mpls - it has been amazing! Watching the movie really hit home. But what I love the most is his love for ballet. In fact Prince hosted a benefit to raise money for our home ballet studio, Minnesota Dance Theatre (MDT). Prince, Morris Day (the TIme) took classes at MDT to learn how to dance for his upcoming movie (Purple Rain) and the instructor from MDT was the choreo
  3. I interviewed Precious Adams who literally trained all over the world. Her journey in ballet is amazing! Precious began seriously studying ballet at the age of 9 with Sergey Rayevskiy at the Academy of Russian Classical Ballet in Wixom, Michigan. At the ages of 11 and 12, Precious studied at the National Ballet School (NBS) in Toronto, Canada under the direction of Mavis Stains. Precious was then selected to study at The Princess Grace Academy of Classical Dance in Monte Carlo, Monaco with Roland Vogel under the direction of Luca Masala at the ages of 14 and 15. In 2011, Precious was sel
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