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Landing back in town

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By Mark Shanahan and Paysha Rhone
Globe Staff / November 1, 2008

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Alvin Ailey dancer Kirven Boyd is back in his hometown this week to choreograph a piece for Boston Youth Moves at his former school, the Jeannette Neill Dance Studio. The 23-year-old Dorchester native has just come off an international tour, which started in Tel Aviv, where Israeli airport security questioned fellow dancer Abdur-Rahim Jackson and forced him to dance to ... (Full article: 681 words)

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