The Recessionary Arts
A more recent image of another foreclosed Staten Island home also appears in the show. Before the exhibit, Rutberg thought
Much like South Park's Underpants Gnomes, arts projects may have a clear idea of what they're putting into the process and what they hope to get out of it, but a much vaguer sense of how they're going to get from Phase 1 to Phase 3.
Why am I home right now, attempting to be a writer instead of wailing my guts out somewhere in an opera? Well, I was supposed to have a gig this spring with San Antonio Opera. Except San Antonio Opera filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and no longer exists.
And then, an extraordinary thing happens. 2007, the Great Recession hits the U.S. Hill, David. “The New Frontier in Education
"Not all homeless people are addicts," said Garry to photographer Joe Ramos. "Some people try to better themselves." Images
"When you witness that, it does nothing but underscore the brilliance of those who decide to take it upon themselves to reimagine
By supporting a local arts organization, a bank helps ensure the survival of a strong community ecosystem while at the same time raising its own profile in the business community. That's the equation. If we don't want to traffic in that equation, we shouldn't accept the support.
TROUBLING RETURNS A QUESTION OF CONTENT Not that tax credits for television productions like these is anything new -- states
Like most actors and many Americans, I'm unemployed. Right now, the country is running an 8.6 percent unemployment rate.
This article originally appeared on Patch. Despite murmurs in the community that the organization is bankrupt, one former