The Latest High Profile #MeToo Accusation

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The 8/22/18 edition of the New York Times published an article by Michael Cooper which reports on allegations that countertenor David Daniels drugged and raped a fellow singer in 2010. The singer, Samuel Schultz, a 32-year-old baritone, said in an interview on Wednesday that he had been drugged and raped by Mr. Daniels and Mr. Daniels’s partner, Scott Walters, who is now his husband, when Mr. Daniels was appearing at Houston …

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#TBT We Need A Podcast About The Music Of Star Trek

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Under the heading of music should be fun, today’s #TBT post is serving double duty. Not only will it highlight a post from the past but it’s going to tease an upcoming special event, and…spoiler alert…it’s Star Trek focused. First up, let’s do the #TBT thing. It’s nearly a decade old but every bit as clever and entertaining as when it came out: Star Trek II: The Opera. Star Trek II:The …

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The Best Arts Admin Jobs Board Around

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One year ago, Adaptistration Jobs rebranded as Arts Admin Jobs and since then, traffic has increased more than 20 percent. That’s just the first of some excellent metrics over the last year, let’s take a look at a few more. There’s a noticeable uptick in the number of academic institutions linking to listings. More employers purchased Featured Listing upgrades than ever before. Featured listings have never performed better! Compared to free …

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Choose Your Own Nonprofit Tech Adventure

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It’s that time of year again where you get to choose which sessions make it into the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference (#19NTC). 60 percent of decision making juice comes from individual user votes so don’t think this is some sort of “we value your opinion until it comes time to make the decision” sort of thing. On the contrary, One of the #19NTC most unique qualities is facilitating registered user voting for sessions …

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Cleveland Orchestra Announces Investigation Into Sexual Misconduct Allegations

The 8/16/18 edition of The Plain Dealer published an article by Zachary Lewis that reports on details surround the Cleveland Orchestra’s (CO) investigation into issues surrounding allegations of sexual misconduct against concertmaster William Preucil. The CO formally suspended Preucil on 7/27/2018 in the wake of a Washington Post article that included an account of the allegations levied by violinist Zeneba Bowers. According to a CO statement, the investigation will “investigate Mr. …

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