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News Briefing: As a Company Leaves Town, Arts Grants Follow

By Kate Golden on October 8, 2007No Comment
  • As Altria prepares to move its headquarters out of New York City, arts organizations brace themselves for a loss in funding.  [New York Times]
  • San Diego Diocese asks priests and parishioners to help pay the $198 million settlement for victims of clergy abuse.  [Los Angeles Times]
  • Swanee Hunt, oil heiress and philanthropist, enters Women’s Hall of Fame for her work in propelling women into politics.  [Associated Press]
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