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Post-retirement, Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser plans to teach arts management. [Post]

The suspected National Cathedral vandal has been released to a halfway house. [Post]

…and the cathedral has launched a fundraiser to help pay for vandalism- and earthquake-related damage. [Huffington Post]

Contrary to reports, the Smithsonian says it’s not looking to acquire Trayvon Martin‘s hoodie at the moment. [DCist]

Dave Grohl spotted hanging out in Shirlington for some reason. [Post]

Didn’t D.C. used to be so much cooler?, etc. [Brightest Young Things]

Rolling Stone shows some love to U Street Music Hall. [Rolling Stone]

California Rep. Mike Thompson joins the Eisenhower Memorial Commission. [AP via WJLA]

Connecticut Avenue NW becomes the site of some chalk art downtown today. [Richard Layman]

Black Cat seeks to add a third floor and bar. [Arts Desk]