Photos of Joy Buttons, Hemlines, and Flamers at the D.C. Public Library’s kickoff of its punk archive project… [D.C. Music Download]

…and a little background on how the archive came to be [Washingtonian]

When local theater companies encounter problematic depictions of domestic violence and race in their shows, should they excise, modify, or leave as is? [Post]

A profile of Adonis Miller, an Anacostia photographer who makes photos of D.C. landmarks seem new and interesting [East City Art]

How Timothy Greenfield-Sanders chose the baby boomers represented in the Newseum’s new portrait show [Post]

An interview with Ahmed Gallab of Sinkane, who plays DC9 on Wednesday [BYT]

Listen to the Cowards Choir‘s tight harmonies and restrained builds on “Is This a Wrecking Ball,” from the band’s new EP, Cool Currency. [D.C. Music Download]