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Some Craigslisters will trade the darndest things (pot, Skrillex tickets, $600) for tickets to the Foo Fighters‘ Black Cat show tomorrow night. [Washingtonian]
In May, Beauty Pill will release its first full-length in 11 years. Why the long wait? [Arts Desk]
The Newseum has become D.C.’s buzziest red-carpet venue, especially for film premieres. [Post]
Watch a video of Redline Graffiti playing in its NoMa studio. [DCist]
Anita Maynard-Losh, director of Arena Stage’s Our War, on how the show’s monologues from 25 playwrights (most of whom are people of color) changed her perception of the Civil War. [D.C. Theatre Scene]
Listen to the Walking Sticks‘ “Take Me Up to the Sun,” a serene dream-pop number. [D.C. Music Download]
Photos of bands on porches from Adams Morgan’s Porchfest [BYT]