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National Mall bone display draws attention to global genocide. [Post]
Exorcist author says Georgetown University doesn’t deserve to call itself Catholic. [Huffington Post]
Malmaison has been hosting concerts and parties for months, and this month it’s finally opening. [Washingtonian]
Fort Knox cartoon strip comes to the Washington Post. [Comic Riffs]
The Post reviews the debut novel of D.C. novelist Elliott Holt. [Post]
D.C. wants to buy your video art. [East City Art]
Our guy Chris Klimek goes on WETA’s Around Town. [Chris Klimek]
While Mike Paarlberg is away this summer, Dissonance radio falls to Don Irwin and DJ Alpha Betts. [Dissonance]