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Wale played a secret, free concert on H Street NE on Saturday (and holds a serious grudge against City Paper). [Arts Desk]

Miffed H Street residents complained about Wale’s music on a neighborhood listserv: “I was walking by and heard some of it. A lot of ‘n word this, n word that. Eat that puxxy! Fxck that bitch!'” [Capitol Hill Corner]

A 1980s cowpunk band, Jason & the Scorchers, will play live behind an Arlington contemporary-dance troupe at the Kennedy Center. [Arts Desk]

There’s a new music magazine out of MoCo: HIGHWAY [Bandwidth]

Washingtonian‘s Benjamin Freed isn’t pleased with how the magazine’s readers voted for his Washington movie March Madness. [Weekends with Alex Witt]

Oliver Stone‘s filming his movie about Edward Snowden at Tryst, Snowden’s actual go-to date spot. [Post]