Timothy Storhoff

Music, Culture, and Life in the Non-Profit Fast Lane

Tag Archives: politics

Saga, the Comic Book Industry, and Florida Obscenity Laws

A recent issue of “Saga” from Image Comics created a controversy that raised questions about the current state of the comic book industry, the divide between digital and physical retailers, and the continuing specter of obscenity laws in the United States.

April 13, 2013 · Leave a comment

American Orchestras, Arts Funding, and International Musical Politics after the Election

What does the 2012 election mean for arts funding and the future of symphony orchestras in this country? In the wake of the National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba’s first U.S. tour, I look at different approaches to supporting the arts and speculate as to how our orchestras can thrive again.

November 12, 2012 · Leave a comment

Obama 2012 and Campaign Music for Marching Forward

In a followup to the last post, this entry picks apart music used by Democrats and how Barack Obama’s playlist summarizes his reelection campaign by providing a soundtrack for marching forward and refusing to look back.

September 26, 2012 · Leave a comment

Romney/Ryan 2012 and the Nostalgia of Republican Campaign Music

Music has been used in Presidential campaigns since the days of Washington, and this year is no different. This post analyzes the music of the Romney/Ryan ticket, the unintentional controversies it has stirred up, and how it tries selling these candidates to voters through nostalgia.

September 3, 2012 · Leave a comment

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