a Paul Kirkland & Sharna Burgess Creation

          Dance Fuzionkleinemocha:</p><br />
<p>aairitwforum:</p><br />
<p>kleinemocha:</p><br />
<p>Schedule and instructors announced (as of May 7, 2015…to be updated)Dance FuzionAugust 14-16 Las VegasSharna Burgess, Paul Kirkland, Chelsie Hightowerm featuring Sabrina BryantSeptember 11-13 San FranciscoSharna BurgessOctober 2-4 ScottsdaleChelsie Hightower, Paul KirklandOctober 16-18 SeattleNone announced yetNovember 6-8 MiamiMaksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie HightowerNovember 20-22 OrlandoNone announced yetDecember 4-6 San Diego (overlaps with Sway 4 dates)None announced yetJanuary 15-17 Palm SpringsNone announced yetFebruary 5-7 HonoluluNone announced yetFebruary 19-21 DallasNone announced yetMarch 11-13 AtlantaNone announced yetApril 8-10 New OrleansMaksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie HightowerApril 15-17 VancouverNone announced yetApril 22-24 TorontoNone announced yetApril 29-May 1 MontrealNone announced yetMay 6-8 New YorkMaksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Sharna BurgessMay 13-15 PhiladelphiaMaksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Sharna BurgessMay 20-22 ChicagoChelsie Hightower, Paul KirklandJune 3-5 Grand RapidsNone announced yetJune 10-12 MinneapolisMaksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Sharna BurgessJune 17-19 Kansas CityNone announced yetJune 24-26 Oklahoma CityNone announced yetJuly 8-10 NashvilleNone announced yetJuly 15-17 DenverNone announced yetJuly 22-24 HoustonNone announced yethttp://www.dancefuzionusa.com/@dolphia</p><br />
<p>With Sharna in those spring shows… I don’t think she’ll be on DWTS then. </p><br />
<p>There are only two weekends, towards the end of the season (22!!), where she’s named as being one of the instructors. I’m sure in a pinch she could switch things around, but since they only hired her by the skin of her teeth for Season 19, I’m glad to think she has something to fall back on. Just hope they find the market for this–it’s a high price but I assume they’ve done their research!</p><br />
<p>(imo)they see it, now is the time …there are a lot of orgs like them but they don’t have all the dances dfuzion does…they also have built in PR ! …i do think they probs wouldn’t mind if their fans tell folks about the schedule …i will be. i think they might get more than just wannabe dancers,some who know they need a refresher,get a few good hrs of a diff style… in school you have to take a history of dance class…this is in 3D…awesome

Schedule and instructors announced

(For updates) go to the link below


a Paul Kirkland and Sharna Burgess Production

I cannot confirm any of the dates below ~ Please check on their website for schedule

A Great Gift!

August 14-16 Las Vegas Sharna Burgess, Paul Kirkland, Chelsie Hightowerm featuring Sabrina Bryant

September 11-13 San Francisco Sharna Burgess

October 2-4 Scottsdale Chelsie Hightower, Paul Kirkland

October 16-18 Seattle None announced yet

November 6-8 Miami Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower

November 20-22 Orlando None announced yet

December 4-6 San Diego (overlaps with Sway 4 dates) None announced yet

January 15-17 Palm Springs None announced yet

February 5-7 Honolulu None announced yet

February 19-21 Dallas None announced yet

March 11-13 Atlanta None announced yet

April 8-10 New Orleans Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower

April 15-17 Vancouver None announced yet

April 22-24 Toronto None announced yet

April 29-May 1 Montreal None announced yet

May 6-8 New York Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Sharna Burgess

May 13-15 Philadelphia Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Sharna Burgess

May 20-22 Chicago Chelsie Hightower, Paul Kirkland

June 3-5 Grand Rapids None announced yet

June 10-12 Minneapolis Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Chelsie Hightower, Sharna Burgess

June 17-19 Kansas City None announced yet

June 24-26 Oklahoma City None announced yet

July 8-10 Nashville None announced yet

July 15-17 Denver None announced yet

July 22-24 Houston None announced yet


Top 10 Reasons We Need to Defeat Chris Christie :::::: repost

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Speculation is already running rampant around the 2016 presidential race and we’ve barely had a chance to think about the upcoming 2014 midterm elections. But before those come to pass, there are a few big races in 2013 that you need to know about — including the race for governor in New Jersey. Chris Christie is running for reelection, and we don’t need to tell you that what happens in this race could have major implications for the 2016 Republican primary, not to mention the general election. This could be the year we stop Chris Christie in his tracks. He’s been a disaster as governor, especially for New Jersey women and their families.

Here are the top 10 reasons we need to defeat Chris Christie this November.

10. Chris Christie Vetoed Same-Sex Marriage:  With the tide in America turning against bigotry and discrimination, and in one of the most solidly blue states in the country, Christie vetoed a bill sent to him by both houses of the New Jersey legislature that would enshrine marriage equality into law.

9. Chris Christie Is No Friend to Workers:  Christie has built himself a reputation as one of the most anti-union governors in the country, referring to public school teachers as “thugs” and supporting a bill that would “destroy collective bargaining.”

8. Chris Christie Doesn’t Believe in Universal Pre-K:  Not only does Christie oppose government-funded preschool for every child in his state, he attacked his predecessor’s plan as “simply wrong” and called it “government babysit[ting].”

7. Chris Christie Misuses State Funds:  At a cost of $2,500 an hour, Christie used a state helicopter for personal travel. Probably not the use taxpayers had in mind.

6. Chris Christie Supports the Ryan Budget:  Paul Ryan’s proposed federal budget would end Medicare as we know it, but Christie joined ultraconservative governors like Texas’s Rick Perry, Mississippi’s Haley Barbour, and Virginia’s Bob McDonnell to tell Ryan that his budget was what “voters clearly asked for.”

5. Chris Christie Vetoed a Hike in the Minimum Wage: Just last month, Christie vetoed a bill passed by the legislature that would raise the minimum wage in New Jersey — a state with the third-highest cost of living in the nation — from $7.25 an hour to $8.50, and index it to the consumer price index so it grows with inflation. Christie proposed a smaller increase, phased in over more time, which would not be indexed.

4. Chris Christie Vetoed Equal Pay Legislation : Christie isn’t shy about much, and that includes the use of his veto pen. He vetoed three of four bills passed by the legislature designed to outlaw pay discrimination against women in the workplace and called them “senseless bureaucracy.”

3. Chris Christie Targeted Poor Families in His Budget:  It’s no surprise that Christie is a fan of Paul Ryan’s budget once you look at his own. His budget cut aid for tuition, for a center for abused children, for legal services, and for transitional aid to some of New Jersey’s neediest communities. When asked about the cuts, he said “I don’t care.”

2. Chris Christie Cut Funding to Family Planning Organizations:  Christie got out his veto pen again for a budget that would have given $7.5 million to family planning organizations in the state, including Planned Parenthood. He blocked attempts to restore the funding, even using a line-item veto specifically to target women’s health in New Jersey.

1. Chris Christie Is Proudly:  Anti-Choice Christie has declared himself against the side of women’s reproductive rights and on the side of those who would deny them, saying “I am pro-life.” We can’t trust Chris Christie, not in New Jersey, and certainly not in the White House. This November may be our best chance to stop his ambitions.

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The Republican Budget … Campaign for America’s Future


 Reminders ! posted in 4/2015

Republicans aren’t ashamed or embarrassed. They are so in love with their big ideas to remake America, they introduced them twice.

Once in the House , again in the Senate

  • 11 million families, seniors and children will lose food stamps.
  • 35,000 children will not get Head Start.
  • 133,000 fewer poor families will get housing assistance.
  • 2 million fewer workers will receive job training and employment services.
  • $1.2 billion will be cut from education. That could fund 4,500 schools and 17,000 teachers. Seniors aren’t exempt from the devastating cuts. The House GOP plan turns Medicare into a “premium support” model that essentially replaces the guarantee of quality healthcare for seniors with a system of coupons. They slash services, including 500,000 fewer rides to doctors and grocery stores.

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