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Local artist Gregg Deal, who’ll appear on the Daily Show‘s panel of indigenous people against the Washington football team’s name, will endure eight hours of racist heckling in a performance piece this Saturday. [Arts Desk]

Tysons Corner’s 1st Stage theater is getting more calls about Silver Line transit options than about the full-frontal male nudity in Take Me Out. [Post]

Barbara Bear, who sees more than 100 theater productions each year, won the Gary Lee Maker Audience Award for her dedicated patronage. [DC Theatre Scene]

In honor of Rock Creek Park’s 124th anniversary, some really old photos [DCist]

McLean author Kristin Battista-Frazee (daughter of Deep Throat distributor Anthony Battista) on her new memoir, The Pornographer’s Daughter [Washingtonian]

Dare you not to squeal. Photos of the Wiener 500 dachshund race [BYT]