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Our Fall Arts Guide has arrived. Browse online and pick up a paper copy in boxes today. [Washington City Paper]

Also, on our cover this week: stories from the Black Cat’s 20 years in D.C. [Washington City Paper]

National Museum of Women in the Arts meets its $50 million fundraising goal. [Post]

Solange returns! Beyonce’s sister plays Lisner Auditorium in November. [Post]

WETA will air The Bayou: D.C.’s Killer Joint beginning Sept. 16. [Art 202]

Kramerbooks gets a new window after drunks smashed the old one. [Post]

Andrew Mellon Foundation gives $1 million to the Freer and Sackler galleries to support preservation of Chinese paintings. [AP]

The 28th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards will be handed out Oct. 22 at the Warner Theatre. [Art 202]

Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Lila Downs, Prince Royce, and several other artists will perform at the White House’s “Música Latina: In Performance at the White House” on Sept. 16. [Post]

Ian MacKaye to guest on NPR’s Ask Me Another, which tapes in D.C. next month. [Arts Desk]

DC Heavy Metal reveals its new T-shirt design. [DC Heavy Metal]