Sign up for our free newsletter

Free D.C. news, delivered to your inbox daily.

How Capital Fringe readied its new home (which had no wireless capacity, European outlets, and tiny toilets) for its first performance on Feb. 9. [Arts Desk]

The best places to stand in D.C.’s music venues [Post]

A giant inflatable cat head will shoot laser beams of art (?) out of its eyes at Yards Park [DCist]

The director of the Freer and Sackler galleries, Julian Raby, discusses the museum’s digitization of its collection. [The Kojo Nnamdi Show]

Thievery Corporation will be All Things Considered‘s house band today. [NPR]

Listen to local shoegaze outfit Swings‘ new track, inspired by DJ Rashad. [Bandwidth]

The National Museum of Women in the Arts gets an award and heightened scrutiny of its exhibit on the Virgin Mary. [The Kojo Nnamdi Show]