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Different Bottle, Same W(h)ine

I've mentioned before that the Deaccession Police have recently been engaged in a project of re-branding themselves as the Monetization Police.

Chief Branding Officer (and Pulitzer Prize winner) Christopher Knight has a new piece in the LA Times complaining about monetization, which he defines as "selling collection art to raise money to pay operating bills or capital expenses." He wags... | Read More

Coloratura Soprano Legend Edita Gruberová Dead At 74

She set new standards, both vocally and dramatically (especially as a comedienne), in some of the most technically difficult roles in the repertory: Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos, Olympia in The Tales of Hoffmann, the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute. – Opera News

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Jane Goodall encourages all to act to save Earth in ‘The Book of Hope’

The primatologist says it's crucial that young people know how positive action can still shift the frightening trajectories of climate crisis, biodiversity loss, and the ongoing global pandemic.

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Lucy Barton returns — and reconnects with an old love — in ‘Oh William!’

Lucy Barton — the redoubtable memoirist we've met in two previous novels — returns in Elizabeth Strout's Oh William!, reconnecting with her estranged first husband after her second husband dies.

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This book of poetry says, ‘I have fists,’ and the world needs to know

Chinese American poet Jane Wong's new collection, How Not to Be Afraid of Everything, grapples with fear and anger at her family's silence about what they suffered in China's Great Leap Forward.

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Boston Modern Orchestra Project is honored for championing overlooked American music

The Gramophone Classical Music Awards recognized the group known as BMOP for its extraordinary service to overlooked American composers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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MusiCorps seeks Managing Director

About MusiCorps:

Formed in response to the crisis of returning service members injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, MusiCorps is a conservatory-level music rehabilitation program that helps injured service members play music and recover their lives. It has been praised by the Wall Street Journal as “revolutionary,” is pioneering in the field of adaptive music, and has helped countless... | Read More

Associate Development/Database Management, Alonzo King LINES Ballet

Job Description: Development Associate/Database managerThis position reports to the Development Director/External Affairs Director

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Development Associate/Database manager is an integral member of the AKLB Team. The position is responsible for supporting the day-to-day functioning of the Development Department as well as helping to ensure the... | Read More

Chattanooga Symphony & Opera seeks Executive Director

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera invites applications and nominations for the position of Executive Director, available in January, 2022.

Chattanooga Symphony & Operahttps://www.chattanoogasymphony.org/

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera (CSO) is the largest arts employer and one of the only fully professional arts organizations in the region. Performing a variety... | Read More

Here’s what a Goldee’s pitmaster says you should order at the best BBQ spot in Texas

Goldee’s in Fort Worth has taken the top spot in Texas Monthly‘s list of the best barbeque joints in the state.

Five long-time friends (Lane Milne, Jalen Heard, Nupohn Inthanousay, Jonny White, PJ Inthanousay) opened the joint in February 2020. Goldee’s was a take-out operation for most of the pandemic, but the dining room reopened in April.

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