This week’s cover: The fight to save Union Arts isn’t just about saving a building—it’s about protecting the future of D.C.’s arts space. [WCP]

Smithsonian will finally acknowledge Bill Cosby‘s many sexual assault and rape allegations. [DCist]

Fat Trel was arrested for using counterfeit money at Maryland Live Casino. [Bandwidth]

Rare Essence announces its first new album in over a decade. [Arts Desk]

After GWU’ booted Action Bronson off their Spring Fling concert lineup because of student complaints, more students are complaining about that decision. [Washingtonian]

How Virginia’s Satan’s Satyrs are keeping the ’70s metal tradition alive. [Bandwidth]