Where will the works of the Corcoran’s collection go now that the gallery’s kaput? The National Gallery of Art, which has first dibs, won’t say. [Post]

A D.C. music wish list for 2015 [DCist]

A review of Forum Theatre’s remount of The T Party, which blasts open the gender binary [BYT]

Spooky Action Theater got a grant from the Dramatists Guild Fund for this fall’s premiere production of Can’t Complain. [DC Theatre Scene]

A profile of Vanessa Hudgens as she readies for her leading role in Gigi at the Kennedy Center [Post]

Photos of the Sweater Set, Margot MacDonald, Lauren Calve, Shane Gamble, Cash & Earle, and other local music acts at Justin Trawick‘s The 9 songwriter showcase at the 9:30 Club [D.C. Music Download]

A review of local crime novelist (and The Wire writer/producer) George Pelecanos’ new novella, The Martini Shot [Post]

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