Archive for November, 2011

8th Annual Thanksgiving Appeal

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Eight years ago, we realized that since Thanksgiving week is kinda slow in the world of ticket sales, we could put the promotional power of Goldstar (what little we had then) to work to support our local homeless services organization, Union Station.  Goldstar members raised over $2000 that year, and we loved it so much […]

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    TEDxBroadway: What’s the Best Broadway Could be in 2032?

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    I haven’t had a chance to write about this yet, so today’s the day! I’m happy to announce TEDxBroadway and invite you to join us in New York City on January 23rd. Here’s the basic idea: 20 years ago–gasp–was 1992, and if you were to compare Broadway, its environs and the world around us today […]

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      Live Music Needs A Tuneup To Entice The Audiences Of Tomorrow

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      This post originally appeared on Fast Company. Everybody, it seems, has a concert story.  Whether it’s your mud-drenched weekend at Woodstock, camping out all night for Springsteen tickets, or being hypnotized by Skrillex’s beats, you’ve probably got a story too. The concert industry, though, has changed over the last 10 or 15 years because now […]

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