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Posts Tagged ‘Jacqueline Trescott’

WaPo to Run Special Section: “Culture & Arts in the Recession”

This Sunday, WaPo’s Style & Arts section will be completely dedicated to the economy’s effects on the arts.

Style reporters Paul Farhi and Jacqueline Trescott will investigate whether Washington is more insulated from the economic decline than other arts area. Roxanne Roberts of The Reliable Source will look at the shrinking budgets of galas and fundraisers.

Find out how to avoid ticket surcharges and the six reasons why the recession is good for the contemporary art world by checking out the special section this weekend.

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Post Article Provides Fitting Explanation For Circulation Woes

Without so much as a hat tip to the original news breakers (a move the Washington Post is becoming quite notorious for within journalist circles), the Washington Post’s Jacqueline Trescott finally gets around to telling you what DCRTV and FishbowlDC told you last week: That the Newseum is having troubles.

Six days old news? That could explain this sort of trend