How Dan and Brooke Neidich Support The Arts

How Dan and Brooke Neidich Support The Arts Outside New York City, Neidich and Brooke have recently funded Telluride Mountainfilm, and LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division), "a non-profit organization founded in 2009 committed to curating site-specific public art exhibitions in Los Angeles and … Read more on Inside Philanthropy About 300 celebrate rich history at Anderson […]

Mike and the Mad Dog Rev Up for a Radio City Reunion

Mike and the Mad Dog Rev Up for a Radio City Reunion Mike Francesa and Christopher Russo, former sports-talk radio partners who ruled the format for nearly 20 years on WFAN in New York before parting for solo careers in 2008, are reuniting to host a live-broadcast one-night performance on March 30. Read more on […]

Philanthropist Boyd made Racine Art Museum a powerhouse of craft art

Philanthropist Boyd made Racine Art Museum a powerhouse of craft art Boyd also donated works to the Art Institute of Chicago; the Cooper Hewitt and Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City; the Milwaukee Art Museum; the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and others. […]

Review: 'Tosca,' From NYCO Renaissance, Puts a Grand Ambition to the Test

Review: 'Tosca,' From NYCO Renaissance, Puts a Grand Ambition to the Test Seldom has so much ridden on a single production of Puccini's “Tosca.” After months of legal wrangling over the fate of the New York City Opera, which filed for bankruptcy protection in late 2013, a group called NYCO Renaissance won approval for its […]

New York City Ballet Introduces Its Future With a Flurry of 'Nutcracker' Debuts

New York City Ballet Introduces Its Future With a Flurry of 'Nutcracker' Debuts How do you make your debut in roles as exalted as the Sugarplum Fairy and her cavalier in “George Balanchine's The Nutcracker”? And how much does a debut performance count for? The questions recurred this Christmas season at New York City Ballet … […]