NEWS FLASH: This is the beginning of the new millennium.
Oh, great. We began our first year of publishing from California by lying to you. But I am reliably informed, by a scientist who spends a lot of time thinking about such things, that the year 2000 was not it. This, folks, is it: 2001.
Millennial or not, we had quite a year. We changed, we groped, we morphed, we grew. I became steadily more appreciative of the history of Dance Magazine, the richness of its past, the promise of its future. Platitudes--and mini-catastrophes--aside, I am grateful for the year I've spent here.
What have I learned? First, to be careful what I wish for; editing a magazine is a lot harder than wanting to, though far more rewarding. I have a sense that we are reaching a wider dance audience than we did in the past, and …