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BRIEF: Cincinnati Reexamines Robert Mapplethorpe Obscenity Trial Legacy

By Shane Jordan s.jordan@classicalite.com on Feb 29, 2016 04:00 AM EST

Here at Classicalite -- be it classical music, jazz, theater or dance -- arts news gets made fresh every single day.

So, in a highly clickable manner befitting of the Internet, here, then, are Classicalite's top five stories for today...

Monday, February 29, 2016.

We think you'll find our clickage casts a rather wide 'Net, indeed.

25 Years After an Obscenity Trial, Cincinnati Reflects on Robert Mapplethorpe [Hyperallergic]

Obama nominates African American woman to be Librarian of Congress [Washington Post]

Playwright Lynn Nottage: Theater is the Last Bastion of Segregation [Guradian]

Who owns culture? [OUP Blog]

Virginia Opera, Virginia Symphony Orchestra Deep in Debt to Norfolk [Virginian Pilot]

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