Numbers Talk: Urban scholar Richard Florida has his say in the debate over whether D.C. is a good place for artists to make a living. He looks at the concentration and incomes of different types of artists in the D.C. region, New York, Philly, and Baltimore, and concludes that "D.C. seems like a not-so-great place for [...]
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A Roundup in a Roundup!: Sunday's Washington Post offered up a whopping three local arts stories: Chris Richards' piece about Northern Virginia's globe-trotting seven-piece SOJA; DeNeen Brown on the Cathedral Choral Society; and Maura Judkis' slightly nauseating story on stage spitting.
Background Check: The Los Angeles Times looks at the CVs of the National American Latino Museum's [...]
Good morning, D.C.! I'm sure we're all ready to kick the August doldrums out the door, but this week's temperatures could set records. There might be a hurricane, too. All that on top of paying more to get around via WMATA—awesome, right?
If it makes you feel better, we're the third-brainiest city (according to the questionably prolific [...]