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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Rudolf Nureyev
Four months ago, Keenan Kampa joined Russia's storied Mariinsky (formerly Kirov) Ballet — the first American in the company's nearly 300-year history. Since then, her days have brought a dizzying level of newness.
"I'm really digging it," says Ronnie Underwood, a buff, tattooed motorcycle enthusiast, auto racer and former football player who also happens to be a ballet dancer.
What made the ballet dancer jump?
NEW YORK _ When David Hallberg was 9, he brought his brand new tap shoes to show-and-tell at school. The other boys all brought their hockey sticks. It can be lonely being a boy who loves dance, especially in the American heartland.