Watch Kelly Towles paint over reproductions of well-known works by Edward Hopper and James Abbott McNeill Whistler. [Experiment Station]

The inaugural In It Together Fest has a killer lineup, a rad mission, and an artful digital presence. [Arts Desk]

The CIA claims to know nothing of Tupac‘s whereabouts. [Post]

Photos and a recap from the season’s first Fort Reno show, featuring Malatese and Captivators. [BYT]

Two local tap dancers will star in Debbie Allen‘s touring “Brothers of the Knight” production. [Post]

The members of Heavy Lights open up about the recording challenges behind their latest LP, Mad Minds. [D.C. Music Download]

SMOOTA brings his musings on male sexuality and nudity to D.C. twice this week. [Bandwidth]

A Q&A with Roger Guenveur Smith, who’s staging Rodney King’s story at: Woolly Mammoth in a one-man show [Post]