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Arts Fundraising Is Not Cape Fear

Post-recession arts fundraising is too much fire and brimstone.

Who’s That Nonprofiteer?

In my previous life, I was a nonprofit leader myself.

Crowdfunding: Fiscal Democracy for the Masses

What does the end of the "qualified investor" restriction mean?

Culture…and the Saber-Toothed Tiger

Because in the arts, failure, ultimately, is like lite beer.

CitiGroup Has 2,909,547 Reasons To Ask Artists For Free Labor

Sometimes an "opportunity" is not an opportunity.

NEA Offers Media Arts Grants

Funding up to $100,000; March and August deadlines.

PHX:fringe to Go Indiegogo; Oct. 12 Benefit Set

Today, we make an exception in honor of the Phoenix Fringe Festival.

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!

5 Questions I’ve Never Been Asked: Susan Yankowitz and Madame P.

You don't put the gun on trial for shooting someone, do you?

Six Arts Groups Win Innovative Space Awards

Acknowledging best practices in the field of artist space development.

‘Women Cook for Women’ Benefit Set for Mon., March 8

A March 8 benefit for a theater company producing women artists for 32 years.

Major Comedy Benefit Announced for Haiti Relief

Help Hôpital Albert Schweitzer continue its mission in Haiti's Artibonite Valley.

Stage Director Launches Auction to Tattoo Himself for Production Cash

For $5 million, you can pay for all the Shakespeare that Charles Isherwood wants.

When You Talk About What You’ve No Business Talking About, People...

What would the Republicans not do to discredit any attempt to use the NEA again for arts jobs?

Can You Donate to Youngblood? Bowling-As-Fundraiser Set for Nov. 23

The 16-year-old Ensemble Studio Theatre offshoot needs support as the group's playwrights go bowling to raise funds to fix their performance space.

Who Is David McIntosh and Why Is He Charging $267.67 a...

"The clarity from the government as to why it funds culture just isn't there anymore."

Bill Pullman to Appear in Brent Rose’s “50 in 50” IF...

120 sponsors pledged over $9,000 toward this brilliant project. Give -- just $5 -- if you can. More if you're able.

Last Call: Brent Rose’s “50 Characters in 50 Weeks” Asks for...

Some 63 sponsors are pledged to help this brilliant project, up from 50 a few days ago. Pledge $5 if you can. More if you're able.
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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?