Our clients have been all over the news in the past week, and we're pretty pumped for all the good things happening for them. Here's a digest of some of things that have been out in the press over the past week:
Arts and business incubator to rise on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Rapid City Journal
The dream of turning art into profit on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation got a $750,000 boost Wednesday from the federal government. The grant, from the federal Economic Development Administration, will pay about a third of the cost of what is being called the Oglala Lakota Arts and Business Incubator, an 8,500-square-foot building that may rise in Kyle.
Community Foundation charts growth with new donor relations staff
Quad Cities Online
For Colbie Andes, it’s good to be back in the nonprofit world. Andes, who most recently served as a content analyst at John Deere, where he supported the global social media program, recently joined Community Foundation of the Great River Bend as the new Director of Donor Relations. Read more
Piper Perabo finds off-Broadway role in Lost Girls
Piper Perabo is headed back to the New York stage, leading the cast of John Pollono's Lost Girls as a mother forced to confront her missteps when her 17-year-old daughter goes missing during a winter storm. Read more
Primary Stages' Perfect Arrangement, starring Christopher J. Hanke, begins
Primary Stages, in association with Amy Danis, Mark Johannes and Dan Shaheen, presents Topher Payne's Perfect Arrangement, which runs September 29-November 6 at Primary Stages at The Duke on 42nd Street.
‘Rothschild & Sons,’ a reimagined show from a beloved songwriting team
The New York Times
What’s this? A new musical from the beloved songwriting team of Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, whose “Fiddler on the Roof” returns to Broadway this fall? Read more