Armstrong is operating at the curatorial edge, working with colleagues to help redefine the traditional, “encyclopedic” art museum.
A Q&A with the bikeshare initiative’s marketing director tells where the system stands and where it’s headed.
Scott Mayer has also been a key player in establishing the Charlies, the awards that celebrate our rapidly evolving (and nationally recognized) restaurant scene.
A new ethic of connectivity, consensus and compromise is struggling to be born — and Lars Leafblad has some ideas on how we can all help it happen.
For Larsen, philanthropy needs to explore options beyond writing checks — like new partnerships with government.
Bruno Bornsztein, founder of Curbly.com and a handful of other sites, typifies the tech-savvy business guy circa 2012. But his most intriguing characteristic might be the limit he’s put on his ambition.
St. Paul’s music-loving mayor wants a city with a scene — a dynamic downtown with the special energy that only art and music provide.
The leaders of Growth & Justice see an unbreakable link between economic fairness and economic growth. A major current project is called Smart Investments in Workforce Development.
Do you have any idea what the Facebook fan page and the Twitter feed really imply for your business? Social-media consultant Jennifer compares it to parenthood.