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The Kennedy Center pulls in an additional $40 million for its expansion project. [Post]
Howard Theatre looks to book more and “younger” shows, tightening competition with 9:30 Club and other nearby venues. [Arts Desk]
Wild Flag (officially) breaks up. [Arts Desk]
“Renoir Girl” may have been shopping around her mom’s stolen Renoir painting without her knowledge. [Post]
Another profile of local MC Prinz-D, who calls himself the first deaf rapper [WAMU]
If you’d like to visit the Renwick Gallery, better do it soon before it closes for renovation. [Eye Level]
An advance look at the new Rubenstein Gallery at the National Archives [Washingtonian]
Ex-Holocaust Museum staffer Sam Eskenazi continues to push his idea for a Museum of the American People. [WBJ]
ICYMI: Our big feature this week looks at the legacy of TCB‘s deceased lead talker Reginald “Polo” Burwell, the engineer of D.C.’s bounce beat sound. [Arts Desk]
Fans, friends, and family pay their respects to Polo at a service at Lincoln Theatre [Post]