Archive | January, 2009

Westchester Philharmonic executive director, Joshua Worby. Photo Susan Farley.

Good News About The Negotiation Process

Amid a season filled with real and potential negotiation strife, there are still a number of instances where the collective bargaining process is being implemented without undue friction. One recent example is the Westchester Philharmonic negotiations which concluded at the onset of 2009. What makes this particular negotiation worth examining is the fact that not only did it bridge the period before and after the economic downturn but the process included natural stressors associated with the fact that this was the organization’s first collective bargaining agreement… Before jumping into details about the […]

Continue Reading
How do ticket buyers go about finding affordable access to live classical music events?

A Useful Look At Access and Affordability

The 2/2/2009 edition of the New Yorker published an intriguing article by Alex Ross who took it upon himself to find out how much live classical music he could consume in New York City on a budget of $100. As it turns out, it was quite a bit thanks in part to some fantastic free offerings throughout the city. On the other hand, the majority of Americans don’t live in a metropolitan area that offers as much variety as NYC, but Ross’ article serves as an enormously useful launching point for this […]

Continue Reading
Star Trek II: The Opera

Star Trek II:The Opera

I don’t know if anyone has ever investigated any potential link between opera and Star Trek fans but after watching the 1/25/2009 episode of Robot Chicken it might be a worthwhile effort (if you don’t already know what Robot Chicken is, it takes too long to explain – just go here). Leave it to the creative duo of former ToyFare Magazine editor Matthew Senreich and actor Seth Green (you know, Dr. Evil’s son in the Austin Powers films) to imagine Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan as an opera then bring […]

Continue Reading
Click to enlarge

The Premios Dardo Award

Thanks to Daily Observation’s blogmaster (and Oregon Symphony Assistant Principal Violist), Charles Noble, for selecting Adaptistration as one of the five blogs to receive a Premios Dardo Award. I’m not entirely certain what a Premios Dardo Award is and even a Google search didn’t offer much additional insight. Nevertheless, from what I gather, it is something like a chain award and a fun way for an individual to recognize five blogs he/she finds useful… (more…)

Continue Reading
Just follow these steps and you'll be on your way toward creating a personal customized culture article archive.

How To Make Your Own Article Archive

We’ve all likely encountered it before, you remember reading an article somewhere several weeks ago but when you go looking for it, it seems to have disappeared. Wouldn’t it be easy if all of your culture related articles were archived in one, convenient location? Sure, but that’s not going to happen any time soon. That is, unless you do it yourself and the good news is that it’s easier than you think. Here’s how you do it… (more…)

Continue Reading
Navigation

Send this to friend