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Beyond January: Flex Your Marketing Muscles in 2015

Whether a new commitment to healthy living or a focus on growing a business, most importantly, let’s be real.

The Corporate Coup Against Civil Society

Capitalism has been fatally corrupted by corporate interests.

My Most Memorable Nonprofit Fundraising Pitch

If you had a million dollars for your organization, what would you do?

A Look in the Marketing Mirror

Marketing is a reflection of those who decide which strategy is the best fit.

When Artists Expect to Earn a Living

Disruptive digital technologies: still turning the sector upside down.

How I Plan To Live Better By Doing Less

Not "drowning in work, life and everything in between.”

Crossing Over: Marketing to Non-Traditional Audiences

It’s not the push of selling a ticket, it’s the pull of engagement.

Who in Congress Causes Our $17+ Trillion Debt?

Elections may be over, but elections will come again. Your vote can affect our national debt.

Solange Knowles Meets Donald Sterling on an Elevator

Good thing she didn't have a pair of clippers in her hands.

A GM Chevy Cobalt Becomes the DeathTrapArtCar

Sending a message to GM by painting a protest on a car

The Case for Human Labor: Hello, Yin? Yang Calling

Please don't condescend to me by calling me an asset. Consider me a vendor.

The Arts Sandbox

It's time for a major mind shift around the way we do business, operate and share.

Demographonomics and the Fiscal Cliff

A detached, politically correctless look at the forces growing the economy in the years ahead.

Arts Advocacy Update 161, 162: Connecticut Killing One Percent for Art?

A distillation of Arts Watch, the weekly e-blast of Americans for the Arts. This week: Tennessee triumphs!

Target Bashes Gays Again (and Other Tales of Queer 2010)

And that, folks, is where Target ships your money.

The CFR Profiled by Startup Site that Profiles Startup Sites

Thank you to Jon O'Shaughnessy for giving the CFR a welcome boost.

Pondering Theater as Netflix: Intrigue Meets Reality

A beautiful idea: with varied participation, not repeated participation, come rewards.

Heretic’s Foundation XVI: A New Business Model for Shakespeare & Company?

Shakespeare and Company is examining good ideas from all quarters. So here is one more.

The Politics of NEA Chair Rocco Landesman’s “Art Works” Tour?

Will Republicans object to letting Americans blog about how "art works" on the NEA's website?

The Nonprofit Solution (Healthcare)? The Nonprofit Solution (Newspapers)!

If more newspapers went nonprofit or L3C (low-profit limited liability corporation), how many jobs would be saved? How many created?
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?