The Atlanta Symphony Strike from an Organizational Science Perspective
Symphony Hall is dark. The Atlanta Symphony's 70th anniversary opening celebration is cancelled as the Symphony is on strike. What's the strategy?
OutBeat: America’s First LGBT Jazz Festival
On September 18-21, OutBeat, billed as "America's First Queer Jazz Festival", took place in Philadelphia.
Twin Peaks: Scholars Review the Original Series
On the eve of a new Twin Peaks series, it's instructive to return to early scholarly attempts to make sense of the show.
Poet Charles Bernstein’s Papers go to Yale
Charles Bernstein, co-founder of the Language Poetry movement, has announced the gift of his papers to the Beinecke Library at Yale University.
Fashion’s Gender-Bending Provocateur Jean-Paul Gaultier Retires
The legacy of Jean-Paul Gaultier.
Small-Press Poets Recognized by the National Book Awards
Small, independent poetry presses are getting attention thanks to the 2014 National Book Award nominations.
The Wild Things Say Goodbye to the Rosenbach
Since the late 1960s, Philadelphia's Rosenbach Museum has housed over 10,000 works of art, manuscripts, and ephemera belonging to Maurice Sendak
Homes of The River Gods: The History of American Mansions
Mansions hold a special place in the American imagination, and dates back to colonial days.
The Marketing of Americans: Gertrude Stein and the Atlantic Monthly
It took Gertrude Stein years to make it into the Atlantic.
Joshua Bell, Busker Redux
Joshua Bell, a world-renowned violinist, tries busking in Washington's metro.