ARTS & CULTURE
“Journal Reports: Orchestras Welcome Older Musicians; Across the U.S., Ensembles Are Forming for Older Players—Seasoned or Not.” By Julie Halpert. Wall Street Journal. June 22, 2014.
“Museum Review: The Harmony of Liberty; National Center for Civil and Human Rights Opens in Atlanta.” By Edward Rothstein. New York Times. June 22, 2014.
“The Real Drama at the Met: Labor Talks Turn Bitter at Metropolitan Opera.” Opi-ed. New York Times. June 23. 2014.
“Metropolitan Opera Offices Vandalized, Police and Company Say.” New York Times. June 26, 2014.
“A Modern Opera: Fat Unions May Kill the Fat Lady; Chorus members get extra pay if they wear their costumes at any break, including lunch, and for costume fittings.” Opinion. Wall Street Journal. June 27, 2014.
“Museums: Much-moved alternative arts program finds long-term home on U Street corridor.” By Lonnae O’Neal Parker. Washington Post. June 24, 2014.
“Restoring the Ruins: Maintaining the integrity of the destruction.” By Lee Rosenbaum. Wall Street Journal. June 24, 2014.
“George Lucas Shifts Museum Plan to Chicago.” By Randy Kennedy. New York Times. June 25, 2014.
“Great Art Behind Bars: When Horace Greeley proclaimed, ‘Go West, young man,’ he should have been thinking of the fine arts.” By Willard Spiegelman. Wall Street Journal. June 25, 2014.
“Corcoran maneuvers to keep its art from leaving the area.” By David Montgomery. Washington Post. June 27, 2014.
“In 39th season, Opera Theater of St. Louis shows good health, new work.” By Anne Midgette. Washington Post. June 28, 2014.