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Art-making duo Toki installed a mesmerizing yarn installation in an empty building near the Rhode Island Metro station. [Arts Desk]
An interview with local “swampy” indie-rock band Fellow Creatures about recording and encountering racism on tour [DC Music Download]
Should D.C.’s existing World War I memorial, Pershing Park, be restored before a new memorial is erected there? [CityLab]
Johnnetta B. Cole, director of the Smithsonian’s African Art Museum, defends the museum’s exhibition of Bill Cosby‘s art collection. [The Root]
The American History Museum weighs in on Kermit and Miss Piggy‘s breakup. [Mashable]
The set of the Daily Show used by Jon Stewart will live at the Newseum once Trevor Noah takes over. [Washingtonian]