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Will new, diverse leadership help bring cultural change to Broadway?
Lileana Blain-Cruz, the new resident director at Lincoln Center Theater, is in an influential position. Her choices could resonate nationally.
Broadway theater returns with an unprecedented seven plays by Black writers
Their success may hinge on attracting new audiences.
More people are buying art online, but is that making the fine art market more accessible?
Online art sales doubled during the pandemic, but that didn't necessarily make it easier to break into the art world — as a collector or as an artist.
The music industry may be ditching the "urban" label
Black artists make all kinds of music. Critics of the status quo say one label does not fit all.