Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, one that begins with the curtain finally rising at the nation’s largest performing arts organization and includes the public debut of eyeglass-maker Warby Parker, which is betting it can do well by doing good.
The Metropolitan Opera resumes. The largest performing arts organization in the country spent $200 million to produce the greatest shows on earth in 2019, yet sold only $85 million worth of tickets. You cover a massive gap like that by assembling a board with nearly 50 trustees. Whatever you might think about opera, go see Porgy and Bess in
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