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A federal judge will decide who’s the rightful owner of the Renoir purchased for $7 at a Harper’s Ferry flea market in 2009. [WTOP]
A school bus riddled with bullet holes comes to D.C. [Post]
National Geographic CEO John Fahey will retire in 2014. [Bloomberg]
Arena Stage Associate Executive Director Chad Bauman leaves the company for Milwaukee Repertory Theater. [D.C. Theatre Scene]
A three-dimensional image of Albert Einstein‘s brain goes on view in Silver Spring, Md. [WJLA]
The National Mall gets a 360-year-old Japanese stone lantern. [Huffington Post D.C.]
Washington Post editor Steven Levingston tells the story of his play, Oscar, and the often humiliating process of shopping it around. (Bonus: He calls out a bunch of local theater people for not responding to his entreaties.) [Post]
Related: How plays like Dirt and Really Really were made. [Post]
Everybody loves a good Hindu festival. [Post]