Tag Archives: nonprofit management

Restaurants, Theatres, Communities

A restaurant in my neighborhood closed recently. There aren’t a lot of restaurants in my neighborhood – I live in what is sometimes referred to as “the world’s largest cul-de-sac,” a sprawling suburban development that only has one entry and … Continue reading

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Language and Intention and Business

Although my last post was deeply personal, I return here with a systems level look at a problem facing the nonprofit and for-profit arts sectors – that we use language imprecisely – and a corporate form that could help ameliorate … Continue reading

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Swimming Upstream: Why I’m an L3C Skeptic

I’m swimming against a current of alphabet soup with this post, publicly expressing some skepticism about the hot topic of last week, the L3C, a forum about which was livestreamed on newplay.tv: L3C and the Arts: Understanding the Potential of … Continue reading

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Other People’s Mission

This post originally appeared on the 2am theatre blog (#2amt). “Other people’s money” is not just the name of a play by Jerry Sterner.  It is the temptation put before an “agent” when working on behalf of a “principal” that … Continue reading

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