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Man steals credit cards, buys $46,000 in work from a Georgetown art gallery. [City Desk]

Shakespeare Theatre Company will bring Kneehigh Theatre of Cornwall to D.C. next year. [Post]

WAMU profiles Prinz-D, a local Gallaudet graduate who calls himself the first deaf rapper. [WAMU]

Alec and Hilaria Baldwin descend on Washington in the name of yoga. [Post]

Spin gives Dismemberment Plan‘s Uncanney Valley 7/10, but seems to both disagree with and misunderstand Washington City Paper‘s review. [Spin]

Anne Hornaday on 12 Years a Slave, Mother of George, and the fraught history of filming dark skin. [Post]

Washington Post reporter Monica Hesse publishes a second young adult novel. [Arts Desk]

Shutdown ends, Glen Echo Park reopens, and Adventure Theatre commences Goodnight Moon. [Adventure Theatre]

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