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Landmark Theatres sues Regal, claims the chain has a monopoly on showing first-run commercial films in D.C. [Arts Desk]
Silver Spring’s Fillmore has become an unexpected haven for the District’s metalheads. [DCist]
How D.C.’s bookstores managed to stay open during the blizzard. [Washingtonian]
Young Md. actor Noah Robbins gets his shot at the big time in the upcoming live televised version of Grease. [Post]
Old videos from the old 9:30 Club live on at the D.C. Public Library. [Bandwidth]
Come to our next Luce Unplugged show, featuring The El Mansouris and Elena & Los Fulanos! [Arts Desk]