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Sweet Jesus, the Arts Are Good for the Economy

A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon we're talking about real money.

The Sincerest Form of Flattery of Clyde Fitch

Amazing photos of Clyde Fitch plays and their parody versions.

NYU/Stanford Legal Report Criticizes U.S. Drone Killings

Two respected law clinics cite deaths of innocents, question legality.

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: The Wild Project

"...a man in a trench coat showed up, took it off and looked at the show in the nude."

Careerism in the Theater

The useful, even if artificial, distinction between careerists and artists.

NYU Skirball Center’s New Season Aims for Younger Audiences

Live music, many premieres, and a few experimental Belgians. Worth checking out.

Community Engagement and the New East River Waterfront Plans

Community groups are shockingly satisfied with a development plan.

Performing Arts & Arts Policy Town Hall Set for March 21

All these orgs support a proposal for a property tax abatement for NYC nonprofit performing arts.

Look at That New Theater at the South Street Seaport!

A new theater at the South Street Seaport.

ART/NY, LIT, ITF Team on Tax-Break Plan for Pro-Arts Landlords

An agreement to support the preparation, conduct and analysis of a demographic study.

Alliance for the Arts Launches Apps for NYC Culture

Transforming how New Yorkers spend their free time.

The Truth About the Truth About the Provincetown Playhouse

An informational picket? Really?

With NY State Senate Likely Red, Is Marriage Equality Doomed?

With Democrats like these, we might as well clone Jesse Helms.

On The Waterfront: All Shiny and New?

Contribute your two cents -- not to a video slot machine, but to the Department of City Planning.

New Articles: The Harbor School and Claremont Prep Open

Articles on two important school openings south of Canal Street in Manhattan.

Doggone Trailer for Marx Brothers Place Flick Now Online

Pooches mark(s) the spot.

Naked Cowboy Running for President?

Strumming a ride to the White House?

Landmarking in Gotham: Penny Wise, Pound Foolish?

How can New York strike a balance between those things that give it character and those things that promote growth?

Queens Theatre in the Park Ribbon-Cutting Set for Thurs., Sept. 23

A $23 million construction and expansion effort comes to glittering fruition.

Spurned by CB8 and Garodnick, Marx Brothers Place Goes to the...

Given the moronic hostility toward the creation of Marx Brothers Place, canines may be the answer.