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Sitting atop a purple throne, Madonna kicked off the tribute with a version of “Nothing Compares 2 U,” which Prince wrote and Sinead O’Connor recorded, She as teary-eyed as she sang the song, videos and photos of Prince projected behind her, Wonder, in a purple scarf, later joined her for “Purple Rain” as the audience at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas sang along, “Most ballerina art-girls room art-ballet wall art-dancer-nursery decor-free shipping-ballerina decor-for ballet lovers-ballet fine ar of all, thank you Prince Rogers Nelson for all that you’ve given us,” Madonna said after the performance..

The public is invited to this discussion that will delve deeper into the ways in which community and county agencies can work together to support the needs of fathers and to promote responsible fatherhood. By joining forces, the intent is to reach the goal of successful outcomes for all children and families in San Mateo County. As more information about the free event becomes available, it will be posted at http://Fcmeeting.eventbrite.com or call 650-802-5090. For more details about the Fatherhood Collaborative and its popular Dad & Me activities, go to www.fatherhoodcollaborative.org.

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DEAR MISS MANNERS: I connected with an old girlfriend from way back in the past. She lost her husband several years ago. We have been chatting via email for a while, and things are going great. She is reserved and quiet, but very chatty online. Neither one of us is on social media. I feel it is time that I asked that we exchange pictures. Should be pretty simple. I guess nerves have got the best of me. What do I say/how do I word it? I guess I’m afraid of scaring her. Silly me. GENTLE READER: Not having a social media presence has not, unfortunately, inoculated you against some of the less pleasant expectations the online world has created around romance.