JFK’s Legacy, Lest We Forget

I was just a young pup when John F. Kennedy was inaugurated as president, but the image of that exceedingly cold, blue-sky, snow covered day has remained with me throughout my life.  I was surprised to learn on NPR that January 20 was the 50th Anniversary of his swearing in.  Such promise and such glamour […]

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This Party’s Over. Time to Get Ready..

I can finally say today that the party’s over.  The holiday/birthday fest that began at Thanksgiving and ended with an invigorating, glorious Big Birthday celebration in NYC over the weekend has played itself out at last.  Thanks to all family and friends who helped me celebrate and to Doug Varone, Brian Brooks, Larry Keigwin and […]

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Can I Get Enough?

Can a person who loves dance ever see too much of it? Ha! When I first began attending APAP in 1998, a BIG national annual conference dedicated to bringing presenters (those who present performing arts) and performing artists together for mutual benefit, I thought I needed to see it ALL. My insatiable appetite was driven by […]

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