“Once Upon a Place,” an installation in which immigrants’ oral histories can be listened to by phone, touches on themes like belonging and displacement.
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I am a big fan of experimenting with your marketing and fundraising communications. I think that’s how you learn what works best and how you make progress, step by step, test by test. In my next book, I want to include a list of 10 experiments that every nonprofit should try with its communications. For […]
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You might say Blumhouse Productions CEO Jason Blum is a hands-on leader: Blum is so certain the new “Halloween” reboot will be in theaters by next October, he’s willing to bet an appendage on it.“You can kill me. You can behead me. You can chop my hand off, the prince of horror, you can cut my hand off. That’s on the record,” he told TheWrap.(No, he didn’t dub himself the Prince of Horror — when TheWrap jokingly bestowed him the title King of Horror, he said it belonged to Stephen King. So we agreed to settle on calling Blumhouse — whose studio released the recent hit “Get Out” — the Prince of Horror.