Tommy Tune

Culture & Cocktails: Tommy Tune

Culture & Cocktails Celebrates Song & Dance A Conversation with Tommy Tune He is Broadway’s only 9-time Tony Award winner (Best Actor in a Musical for My One and Only , Best Featured Actor in a ...
Swank Table - Le Grand Aioli

Swank Table: Le Grand Aioli

On March 8, 2015, Swank Farms hosted the Cultural Council for “Le Grand Aioli,” Provence’s most famous feast. Nationally recognized chefs created a farm-to-table feast in an open air tent right before ...
Charles and Clo Cohen

Culture & Cocktails: Charles & Clo Cohen

Culture & Cocktails Celebrates Film & Fashion A Conversation with Charles and Clo Cohen He is owner, Chairman & CEO of Cohen Media Group, which distributes independent and international films in ...
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Cultural Tourism By The Numbers

This study on cultural tourism was conducted by Mandala Research in 2013 and it shows that leisure travelers represent 71% of the U.S. adult population, or approximately 170 million Americans. Seventy-six ...
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How Integrating Arts Into Other Subjects Makes Learning Come Alive

Art has long been recognized as an important part of a well-rounded education — but when it comes down to setting budget priorities, the arts rarely rise to the top. Many public schools saw their visual, performing and musical arts programs cut completely during the last recession, despite the many studies showing that exposure to the arts can help with academics too. A few schools are taking the research to heart, weaving the arts into everything they do and finding that the approach not only boosts academic achievement but also promotes creativity, self-confidence and school pride.