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How to Build Better Budgets for Performing Arts Centers
Arts organizations tend to be over-optimistic. We must moderate their optimism.
Ryan, McConnell, Trump to Our Military Vets: Screw You
Don’t just tell us you are grateful for our service, show us.
Obama’s Overtime Rules, My Theater, and Me
The arts administrator in me suddenly broke into a sweat.
The Awful Impact of Government Distrust
America is being held together by bitter disagreement.
Tax and Spend — Please
Tax the middle class, but not yet. Tax the super rich immediately.
Healthcare Profits, Not Benefits, Are the Problem
Tax cuts and defense spending are the real budget culprits.
Fixing Government? Try This
Fred thinks three kinds of programs ought to be cut.
Dear Federal Government: The Shutdown Isn’t Rocket Science
Go ahead, kill the messenger . . . if it ends the shutdown.
Notes on Becoming an Independent Theater Artist
Part II of an interview with Scott Walters.
Arts Advocacy Update 163-167: Ah, the Cultural Gift That Keeps on...
A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts.
Business Models for the Arts and the Whole New Awakening
What social function, what national good, should public arts funding serve?
Just for Kicks: The Repeal Follies
I have no idea what the GOP wants. I haven't found anything to tell me what their plan is.
Arts Advocacy Update 159: Local Grants Make New Jersey Sure
A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Bay State booming.
What’s the Matter with Kansas (Arts Commission)?
Should thousands of arts jobs perish on an ideological altar? Kansas may soon find out.