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Just a week from opening night, soprano Deborah Voigt cancels her appearance in Washington National Opera’s production of Tristan und Isolde. [Post]

Black Cat’s liquor license modification application moves to the ABC Board. [Short Articles About Long Meetings]

So far, the heavily subsidized Fillmore Silver Spring has not opened its doors to Montgomery County events as promised—-but it’s not clear whether it’s Live Nation’s fault or the county’s. [Post]

Kanye West and Jay Z announce Verizon Center dates. [Post]

Doug Aitken‘s art train leaves D.C. [Post]

Fairfax libraries throw out thousands of books. [WTOP]

Drunk dudes shatter Kramerbooks’ window in Dupont. [Post]

Iraqi hip-hop group coming to D.C. [AP]

Smithsonian picks up a piece of Alabama’s bombed 16th Street Baptist Church. [Post]

TMOTTGoGo reports that local go-go guitarist Wyatt Brown has died. [TMOTTGoGo]

The Post‘s Fall Arts Preview arrived Sunday. [Post]

A review of Julie Ruin‘s sold-out show at Black Cat Saturday night [Post]

An interview with Bikini Kill/Julie Ruin’s Kathi Wilcox [BYT]

Adams Morgan Day 2013: a photo essay [The 42]