For local legend St. Paul Peterson… Nothing Compares 2 Prince
This exclusive design is based on artist Troy Gua’s painting “It’s In Your Heart” from his portal series exploring love, acceptance, harmony and positivity through windows, doors and other light sources in everyday places.
We listened to our supporters requests and have the videos, stories and panel recordings you asked for. New content and special surprises coming….but you must be registered at prnalumni.org!
Discover the answers to these questions and more…
- Did Prince really stay awake for 4 days straight? Could anyone ever outlast him?
- What “being ready” really meant for a member of Prince’s staff.
- How he made us want for ourselves, the kind of high level of excellence he demanded of himself.
- How did having a boss with such high expectations for greatness create obstacles that ultimately benefited us in our careers?
- That Prince’s philanthropic vision is as long as his career, and how his vision of helping others inspired us to continue his mission on our own.
Of course, you could count on Maceo Parker to put the funk in the second annual Funk ‘n’ Roll Weekend sponsored by the PRN Alumni Foundation.
Not only is the veteran saxophonist an alum of Prince’s organization but he played many years with James Brown. So you knew he’d be super funky on Thursday night at Aria in Minneapolis’ North Loop.
Help us continue to support Rosie Gaines on her journey to wellness with an exclusive shirt painted and designed by the extraordinary Artist Blule. Plus more new retail including tees and posters.
By Chris Riemenschneider
He liked to get his hair done before going to bed. You could often tell his mood by how well he was dressed. And he once wrote a script for a New Kids on the Block movie that never came to be.
Continue reading “Star Tribune: Prince had his hair done before bed, and other ‘alumni’ stories at U symposium”
We are honored to be participating in the prestigious “Prince From Minneapolis” Symposium at the University of Minnesota on April 18, 2018.
We will have #Love4Rosie shirts available onsite and hope to see you there.
Support Rosie Gaines on her journey to wellness with an exclusive shirt designed by former Paisley Park artist Steve Parke. This initiative is presented to you with the support and sincere thanks of Rosie’s daughter LaToya. Proceeds will go directly to Rosie.
Check out the new ‘Positivity’ and ‘Purple Protector’ shirts available now. All proceeds go to the PRN Alumni Foundation and it’s ongoing work to support youth programs dedicated to the education, enrichment and expression of music and the arts, support urban farming initiatives and help alumni members in need.