Monthly Archives: June 2015

Deep among the formal beds and groves of Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a literal “tree house” built from salvaged tree parts, many of which gathered after the destruction of Hurricane Sandy: twigs, branches, trunks, every conceivable part of a tree. … Continue reading

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I recently had the opportunity to speak to a group of students who had been enrolled in a music education program in middle school, and who had gone on to continue making music in high school. In the course of … Continue reading

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In recent months, there has been buzz about a change made by the Office of Management and Budget that requires that when any local, state or federal agency contracts with a nonprofit, at least 10% of the contract must fund the nonprofit’s … Continue reading

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