Longtime AFI Docs (formerly Silverdocs) director Sky Sitney steps down. [Post]

Ex-Soul Searchers trumpeter Donald Tillery tells his story. [WAMU]

Park Service relocates the National Archives for Black Women’s History from D.C. to Maryland. [AP]

Martin Luther King Jr. Library may be tougher to update than it seems. [Post]

The Soup‘s Joel McHale to host White House Correspondents’ Dinner in May. [AP]

The Corcoran unveils its redone European galleries, which include this creepy Cupid. [Post]

WaPo goes long on the “Last American Indian on Earth,” performance artist Gregg Deal. [Post]

Meet the State Department’s “Monuments Woman.” [Post]

National Cathedral stained-glass artist dies at age 88. [Post]

Five questions for Steve Lambert [DCist]

Landless Theatre Company to stage Sweeney Todd. [Post]

Heavy Breathing releases a new song. [D.C. Music Download]

Random actors support D.C. statehood. [Post]

Remembering noise musician Scott Phillips, 1964-2014 [Arts Desk]