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The flea-market Renoir may not have come from a flea market after all. Friends of the Fouquet family say they saw the painting in Marcia Fouquet‘s home decades ago. [Post]
Sequestration budget cuts cancel the Washington Post‘s free concert series at Carter Barron. [Post]
Keegan Theatre’s Mark Rhea has signed a contract to purchase the Church Street Theater for nearly $2 million. [Post]
Anacostia Playhouse is on track to open in June. [Anacostia Playhouse]
14th Street NW’s new Black Whiskey bar offers more of the same exposed brick and fancy meat, but the downstairs concert room is booked by indie promoter Sasha Lord. [Post]
Near the Roosevelt Bridge on Sunday, suburbanites flocked to witness the very boring-looking filming of the Captain America sequel. [WJLA]