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June 15, 1990 | GREG BRAXTON, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Dancing in Harlem Streets: The Dance Theater of Harlem has a savior. The Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund has awarded the troupe a $1-million grant to help solve the financial crisis that forced the company to cancel two major tours and virtually disband. The Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund will give $600,000 to help reduce the company's deficit and $400,000 for dancers' salaries and company operations--provided the company raises additional funds by Sept. 30, the end of its fiscal year, said M.
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June 23, 1996
Since the articles ran back to back June 9, I suggest you introduce the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund to Duane H. King of the Southwest Museum and put them face to face. It would appear to be a mutual admiration society in the making, since the fund helps art museums use their permanent collections to attract new audiences ("$11.3 Million . . . Digest That," by Jan Breslauer) and the Southwest Museum is struggling to recapture audiences ("Hidden Treasure," by Suzanne Muchnic). CAROLE KOLLA La Can~ada
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June 23, 1996
Since the articles ran back to back June 9, I suggest you introduce the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund to Duane H. King of the Southwest Museum and put them face to face. It would appear to be a mutual admiration society in the making, since the fund helps art museums use their permanent collections to attract new audiences ("$11.3 Million . . . Digest That," by Jan Breslauer) and the Southwest Museum is struggling to recapture audiences ("Hidden Treasure," by Suzanne Muchnic). CAROLE KOLLA La Can~ada
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June 9, 1996 | Jan Breslauer, Jan Breslauer is a regular contributor to Calendar
Back in 1921, when newlyweds Lila Acheson Wallace and DeWitt Wallace borrowed $5,000 to launch a magazine from home, they hadn't an inkling of what they were starting. But Reader's Digest would grow to become the most widely read magazine in the world, published in 47 editions and 18 languages, with a circulation of approximately 100 million a month.
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June 9, 1996 | Jan Breslauer, Jan Breslauer is a regular contributor to Calendar
Back in 1921, when newlyweds Lila Acheson Wallace and DeWitt Wallace borrowed $5,000 to launch a magazine from home, they hadn't an inkling of what they were starting. But Reader's Digest would grow to become the most widely read magazine in the world, published in 47 editions and 18 languages, with a circulation of approximately 100 million a month.
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June 15, 1990 | GREG BRAXTON, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Dancing in Harlem Streets: The Dance Theater of Harlem has a savior. The Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund has awarded the troupe a $1-million grant to help solve the financial crisis that forced the company to cancel two major tours and virtually disband. The Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund will give $600,000 to help reduce the company's deficit and $400,000 for dancers' salaries and company operations--provided the company raises additional funds by Sept. 30, the end of its fiscal year, said M.
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