Minnesota gave its president a $116,550 bonus during lockout yearmain
Song of the Lark has been taking a fine toothcomb to the Minnesota Orchestra tax returns.
Among the small print she finds that the organisation carried on selling concert tickets during the notorious lockout year (to whom? the Martians?) and that it paid the president, Michael Henson, a handsome bonus for running the orchestra without any musicians.
It’s an Alice in Wonderland story. Read here.
Reader’s question: Why do you publish only half of Henson’s face?
Slipped Disc: For his own protection.