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This week on Washington City Podcast, arts editor Matt Cohen and host Will Warren talk about how D.C. supports its arts community. They talk about proposed changes to the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and D.C.’s new Cultural Plan.
As always, Warren works through the week’s news, which includes the closure of United Medical Center’s cancer clinic, winners and losers of the Jack Evans scandal, and a New Jersey lawsuit that named DC Housing Authority Director Tyrone Garrett.
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Stories in this episode:
United Medical Center Quietly Closes Its Cancer Clinic
Winners and Losers of the Fall Out From Councilmember Jack Evans’ Scandal
DC Housing Authority Director Tyrone Garrett Named In New Jersey Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
D.C.’s Arts Commission Faces Major Changes in Council Shift, Mayor’s Budget
Music for this episode was by Lee Rosevere and Jahzzar used under the Creative Commons license.