You've all seen Mondello's piece on Bart Whiteman? It concludes with a bit of scorn and a bit of blue-skying:
[T]his last House That Bart Built is being turned into a poolhall. And he’s not around to rant and rail and shame Source’s board into scotching that deal. ...
If I were writing a last act to this story, they’d put a plaque above the door of Source with his name on it: The Whiteman Theatre. And audiences would come to know it as the “Old Bart.”
And it would spend its second quarter-century—whether under Source’s auspices or those of a consortium—serving up more of the sort of unexpected, dynamic, noise-and-movement-filled work Whiteman always favored.
Well, as it happens, there may still be room for something like that. Some of you have heard bits of this already, but for a quick summary, check the latest City Paper update on the Source sale, which just got posted over here. It's pretty top-line, but it's got a peek behind the scenes of that Jim Graham meeting that y'all may find entertaining.