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No Place Like MOME: How Julie Menin Champions NYC Arts
NYC's Commissioner of Media and Entertainment delivers promising successes.
Measuring the Impact of the Arts? Remember: Data Early, Data First
The first in a three-part series by a nonprofit consultant who knows the front lines.
New Met Admission Charges Are an Unfair Tax On Tourists
They will punish tourists -- including hundreds of thousands of Americans who already subsidize it.
Why I Will Always Be A Liberal
No social reform should come at the expense of the individual. Reforms must serve the individual.
8 Nonprofit Phrases, From Least to Most Exploitative, Ranked
"Salary commensurate with experience" and other infuriating phrases used by nonprofits.
“Skeleton Crew,” By Playwright Morisseau, Finds Life in Detroit
Does Morisseau think Trump can restore jobs to Detroit? Hell no.
10 Articles on Gender Parity You Need to Read Right Now
Ten gender parity articles you may have missed over the summer. Grab a cuppa and read.
Atlanta Actor Lee Osorio: Aspiring to Affordable Apartments
Even with plenty of work, artists in Atlanta still struggle to find homes they can afford.
Democratic Party’s Enemy: Not Trump, But Trumpism
For the Democratic Party, opposition to Trumpism is not enough.
IndieSpace: New Lease on Life for Off-Off-Broadway?
Building connections between artists and the real estate community.
What Cultural Facilities Forget: The Nuyorican Rules
Too many cultural organizations and facilities have lost sight of these simple rules.
The Road More Traveled: Why Touring Broadway is Booming
At the Spring Road Conference, leaders talk content, pricing, diversity and “Hamilton."
Trump: Three-Dimensional Chess, One-Dimensional Mind
Trump has now introduced himself on the world stage. God knows what's next.
Arts Integration: Radical Then, Still Radical Today
Although mentioned over a 100 years ago, arts integration in schools still isn't common.
Empire: “The True Flag” Revisits an Old American Debate
Unrelenting resistance to greed and injustice can eventually make a difference.
56 State Arts Agencies Face the Death of the NEA
Is our arts advocacy strategy good enough?
New Economic Thinking Means Fuel For the Left
MMT is breathing a lot of life into the long-moribund left wing of American politics.
In 2017, Water Had Better Become Your Top Concern
Gloomy water projections, both globally and in U.S., show need for citizen action.
I Made It as an Actor. I Couldn’t Make the Rent.
Together, we can make the rental affordability crisis a priority for America.
From Arts Leaders to POTUS: The Importance of the Macro View
Balancing micro and macro issues of change is hard. Denying it invites catastrophe.