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Art And Artists After September 11
  

Feb 28, 2002

"In the wake of tragedies, especially those that are as difficult to absorb as the events of September 11, we have a strong need to understand what has taken place

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Building Community
  

Feb 28, 2002

Before 9/11, few New Yorkers had heard of the Flea Theater, just north of the WTC site; after 9/11, people across the country --teachers, mothers, and businessmen -- knew about

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Flailing After 9/11
  

Dec 01, 2001

"Artists may live for applause, but they can't live on it." So begins "Going on with the Show," a recent report on how the arts have fared since September 11. Published

Culture Counts
  

Nov 01, 2001

In early November, the New York Foundation for the Arts released "Culture Counts: Strategies for a More Vibrant Cultural Life for New York City," the first comprehensive study of culture

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Heart of Brooklyn
  

Sep 01, 2001

The lion's share of New York City's art and cultural media attention, and resulting visitor traffic, seems to go to the cultural institutions located in Midtown Manhattan and the Museum

Aug 03, 2001

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Arts Budget
  

May 01, 2001

To outsiders with an interest in the arts, it may be difficult to reconcile what seems at first like two Rudy Guilianis - the one who appoints a much-derided Decency