written by Marsha Schweitzer
Cleveland and Honolulu is an account of the social, economic, cultural and philanthropic qualities of two distinctive American cities. The emphasis is on arts and culture, and how these cities demonstrate both the problems and the solutionsto be found inAmerica’s nonprofit arts.
Budgets of 30 arts, cultural, and educational institutionsin both cities are included. The statistics are now outdated, but the principles remain the same.