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The Smithsonian’s exhibition of Bill Cosby‘s art collection is definitely, DEFINITELY not about Bill Cosby. [Arts Desk]
At H Street NE’s Maketto, visitors can now buy original watercolor paintings from a vending machine. [Arts Desk]
In the future of Fox’s forthcoming TV show, Minority Report, the Washington football team is de-slurred. Go Red Clouds! [Arts Desk]
Social media managers at D.C. museums are at each others’ throats over the Smithsonian’s “Summer Showdown” to find the institute’s most “seriously amazing” object. [DCist]
The case for expanding the boundaries of what we consider the National Mall [Washingtonian]
The Middleburg, Va., great-grandniece of Mary Cassatt, Julie Thayer Vehr, found a home for the artist’s painting of Vehr’s grandfather at the National Gallery of Art. [Post]
Photos of Cayucas and Hibou at the Rock & Roll Hotel [DC Music Download]