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Change Destiny Beyond the Limits of My DNA – Misa Kuranaga #changedestiny
Boston Ballet Principal Dancer Overcomes the Odds in New Campaign

Japanese-born ballerina Misa Kuranaga has been a principal ballerina in the Boston Ballet since 2009 in spite of a physical build that would normally be considered unsuited to the art. In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, the ballerina opened up about her struggle making her presence known in the world of ballet and how she overcame what others perceived as limitations. More

Holiday Tips For Hip Moms and Dads

I am not a hip dad, but I aspire to be one. Around the holidays, this aspiration manifests itself in the desire to give my children memories for Christmas (the holiday we celebrate) as opposed to a bunch of gifts that amount to forgettable junk. My lovely Bride has been a driving force behind this, and between the two of us we’ve amassed a short list of a few holiday traditions and a few activities that help define the holidays for our family. Shared experiences like family outings can create lifelong memories. Here’s hoping you find a tip or two here that will lead to a holiday tradition or memory for you and yours this season. More

Theater/Performance Art
Boston Ballet Dancer Roddy Doble Shares His Pre-‘Nutcracker’ Pump-Up Soundtrack
Theater/Performance Art

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