It was time for a bit of a face-lift.
Welcome to the re-vamped Arts Fuse! We have been working on this much-needed change of look for quite a while. Thanks to the hard work of our indefatigable webmaster, J.R. Carroll, and designer, Stephanie Franz, the transformation has been brought about — with aplomb. All the magazine’s high grade arts coverage is here, but presented via a cleaner and leaner look, with the added bonus of our becoming much more mobile friendly. The front page is less jumbled – we can point out the most important stories more easily and made it easier to share our quality content with others. We also have come up with a new bold Arts Fuse icon. Please look around and tell me what you think about the visuals and the organization of the articles. We can still do (some) shuffling around, so good ideas are appreciated. Send them to me at email@example.com
Of course, there will be bugs when you move about over 5,000 articles, so please be understanding about the inevitable irritating glitches. For any technical problems contact our webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for reading The Arts Fuse, which is now in its 11th year of cultural coverage: criticism, features, and interviews. It was time for a bit of a face-lift.
Bill Marx is the editor-in-chief of The Arts Fuse. For over three decades, he has written about arts and culture for print, broadcast, and online. He has regularly reviewed theater for National Public Radio Station WBUR and The Boston Globe. He created and edited WBUR Online Arts, a cultural webzine that in 2004 won an Online Journalism Award for Specialty Journalism. In 2007 he created The Arts Fuse, an online magazine dedicated to covering arts and culture in Boston and throughout New England.