One more classical arts organization in trouble. The Atlanta Symphony has locked out its musicians for the second time in two years.
A recent Gallup poll in conjunction with Inside Higher Ed reveals that presidents of private colleges and universities express more satisfaction with their boards than those at public institutions. Why is that?
I am happy to invite you to join us for some intellectual exercise in a few weeks in Austin.
The bankruptcy hearings of a community-based health center seem a very sad public end for a community program.
Those who donated to see a classic 1920s-era moviehouse converted into a performing arts center were shocked to learn that the members of the board of the Valley View Foundation had paid themselves more than $30,000 as salary.
Stories about groups that had their tax status revoked and did not go quietly into that goodnight are plenty. This is one about a volunteer orchestra.