The post-Charlottesville fallout continues.
Akalaitis tells the host of "On Contact" that lack of public support for the theater means we've lost "the soul of a society."
As the nation nears the end of a highly divisive political season, President Obama uses the awards ceremony to focus on common ground.
The best remedy against cynicism in young students is a curriculum that teaches contemporary events while establishing parallels with history.
Facing eviction from one of the last places for independent artists in Washington, D.C., a community banded together in a struggle against developers.
A coalition of artists and writers has been instrumental in raising awareness of the mind-boggling exploitation of laborers who support some of the richest people on the planet.
In remembering Maya Angelou, it is important to recall her commitment to the struggle for equality, not just for herself, or for women, or for African-Americans.
The infrastructure built to support the arts during the economic boom has been pinched by the subsequent crisis for five long years. Music director Gerry Godley acquaints outsiders with the official stumbling and staggering.
Due to the inconspicuous nature of e-books, "Mein Kampf" seems to be in everyone's hands these days; scientists have created an algorithm that can predict whether a book will be a best-seller; working in the arts can lead to high levels of happiness. These discoveries and more after the jump.