There’s still time to nominate local icons for Best of D.C.
Jack on Fire’s newest diss track tells Maryland Rep. Andy Harris, who’s messing with our pot legalization, “Have a hit of this bong.” [Arts Desk]
How local dream-pop act Young Rapids almost broke up, added guitarist Alex Braden, and recorded a second album in an isolated house in Maryland [BYT]
The American Film Institute has tapped Michael Lumpkin as the new head of AFI DOCS. [Post]
Chris Rock showed up at a D.C. screening of his new film, Top Five. [Post]
Corcoran students don’t feel all that welcome at GW. [Washingtonian]
Shy Glizzy talks himself up to the Fader, telling reporter Briana Younger that as far as Mike Brown and Ferguson go, “I don’t really feel that [it could’ve been me]. I don’t ever fear stuff. I’m not worried about no police.” [Fader]