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Photos Tell Harsh Tale Of Foreclosure Crisis

Photos Tell Harsh Tale Of Foreclosure Crisis

Marjorie Backman  05.16.2012
Eleven months after Brandie Barbiere stopped paying the mortgage on her Milliken, Colo., home, her husband found out when he returned from...
Connecting The Dots

Connecting The Dots

Ian David Moss  05. 9.2012
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...
Arts In America

Arts In America

Jennifer Rivera  04.19.2012
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...
After The Recession: Where Does Architecture Go From Here?

After The Recession: Where Does Architecture Go From Here?

04.18.2012
By Vanessa Quirk (click here for original article) © Megan Jett You can get into Architecture for one of two reasons: good architecture...
PHOTOS: Exhibit Captures Faces Of Homelessness

PHOTOS: Exhibit Captures Faces Of Homelessness

Robin Wilkey  01.30.2012
This is the eleventh in an occasional series, The Recessionary Arts. Read more from the series here. "Not all homeless people are addicts,"...
Film Examines Life 'After The Factory' In Two Cities

Film Examines Life 'After The Factory' In Two Cities

David Sands  01.19.2012
This is the tenth in an occasional series, The Recessionary Arts. Read more from the series here. The inspiration for Philip Lauri's new...
Can The Arts Survive Without Banks?

Can The Arts Survive Without Banks?

Carey Perloff  01. 9.2012
By supporting a local arts organization, a bank helps ensure the survival of a strong community ecosystem while at the same time raising...
The Real Taxpayers Of The U.S.A: How We're All Funding Reality Shows

The Real Taxpayers Of The U.S.A: How We're All Funding Reality Shows

Lucas Kavner  01. 5.2012
This is the ninth in an occasional series, The Recessionary Arts. Read more from the series here. "Sarah Palin's Alaska," last year's...
Unemployment Is A Lifestyle For Actors, And Now Too Many Others

Unemployment Is A Lifestyle For Actors, And Now Too Many Others

Brendan McMahon  01. 4.2012
Like most actors and many Americans, I'm unemployed. Right now, the country is running an 8.6 percent unemployment rate.
75-Year-Old Theater Forced To Take 1-Year Hiatus

75-Year-Old Theater Forced To Take 1-Year Hiatus

12.21.2011
This is the eighth in an occasional series examining the recession's impact on culture, The Recessionary Arts. Read more from the series...
What Happens After the Recession?

What Happens After the Recession?

Michael Kaiser  12.12.2011
People who think the arts ecology will return to what it was when the recession finally ends are setting themselves up for major disappointment....
At Occupy Broadway, A Theatrical Plan To Reclaim New York City's Public Spaces

At Occupy Broadway, A Theatrical Plan To Reclaim New York City's Public Spaces

Amy Lee  12. 9.2011
This is the fifth in an occasional series examining the recession's impact on culture, The Recessionary Arts. Find out more about the series...
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