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At the D.C. Public Library, visitors can record music, laser cut, and 3-D print for free. [Arts Desk]
“Art in the Age of Code,” an exhibition of visual art made with the help of technology, is kitschy and cool. [Arts Desk]
Philip Kennicott on the Kennedy Center Honors, which he says have lost their way by bowing to celebrity clout and TV fame. [Post]
Fox news weighs in on a libertarian’s screed against Synetic Theater’s silent Shakespeare productions. [DCist]
Photos of Tanlines and Mas Ysa at U Street Music Hall [DC Music Download]
A human rights activist is protesting Olney Theatre’s staging of The Producers on the grounds that it makes light of the Holocaust. [Washingtonian]