|DC Theatre Gets A Makeover|
Explaining her vision for the newest theater in the nation's capital, artistic director Molly Smith showed architects the cup of her hands. Four years later, they have delivered a unique oval-shaped home for new works at Arena Stage.
|BOK's High Ranking Indicates Hurting Industry|
The BOK Center in Tulsa ranks No. 5 in the nation based on ticket sales at concert arenas.
|Dubuque's $57M Baby|
A $57 million project will bring a new performing arts center and additional student housing to the University of Dubuque.
|'ONCE,' Twice, 50 Times|
Musicians, composers and academics from around the country will be in Ann Arbor this week to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ONCE festivals.
|Break Out The Glow Sticks, LA Raves Resume|
A ban on raves at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has ended, four months after the death of a 15-year-old girl who overdosed on ecstasy.
|Holly Theatre 'Purch' Pending $500K|
A foundation affiliated with Jefferson Public Radio has agreed to buy the Holly Theatre in Medford and plans to restore it as a performing arts center, similar to the Cascade Theatre it restored and operates in Redding, Calif.
|Bluegrass Museum, Moving Up And Away|
City officials in Owensboro say they hope to move the world's only bluegrass museum to a new site and create an entire bluegrass music center around it.