Monthly Archives: June 2012

Recently, the American Conservatory Theater (ACT) of San Francisco announced their purchase of a small run-down theater in the blighted Central Market neighborhood. City officials have thrown everything but the kitchen sink at this area that just won’t seem to … Continue reading

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When I started working in the arts over 30 years ago, IBM equipment was ubiquitous in the administrative offices. Everyone used a Selectric typewriter (which corrected typos); the Subscription department had a “cutting edge” System 360 mainframe computer (that took … Continue reading

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