The Care Center, in Holyoke, Mass., uses private school and even college coursework to challenge teen moms to aim higher.
From Milwaukee to Philadelphia to Chicago, officials are enforcing curfews and requiring chaperones for teens, after several flash mob attacks allegedly involving black youths.
Merce, Mark Morris, Bill T. Jones, and some new faces bust out their moves for the festival circuit.
Those sinking in the wake of the real estate plunge get different treatment. For the overall economy, it makes sense.
Public art can generate big revenues and beautify urban areas. Or it can anger residents. How does one measure its success?