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Mayor Vincent Gray goes to SXSW… [Post]

…and DCist has some ideas for his itinerary. [DCist]

Pitchfork hands Deathfix‘s debut a respectable 6.4 rating. [Pitchfork]

Signature Theatre cans Crimes of the Heart, swaps in The Last Five Years. [D.C. Theatre Scene]

From the archives: Washington City Paper‘s coverage of go-go in the 1980s [Unveiled]

Gettysburg Address to be displayed at Library of Congress for six weeks. [AP via WJLA]

Shark Week drops a new video. [Brightest Young Things]

Following up on his recent City Paper feature about D.C. folk artist Bob Brown, whose out-of-print recordings recently surfaced on Amoeba Records’ Vinyl Vaults web store, Leor Galil talks to other artists who had no idea the California record chain was selling digital copies of their hard-to-get music. [Chicago Reader]

Peter Marks profiles Zach Appelman, the young actor at the helm of Folger Theatre’s just-closed Henry V. [Post]

The history of Hello, Dolly! in D.C. [Post]

Clinton Yates asks people to speculate on what Busboys & Poets might mean for Takoma Park. [Post]

The Red Line D.C. Project, a documentary about graffiti along Metro’s Red Line, shows at Our City Film Festival this weekend. [Post]

Three films about displacement in D.C. neighborhoods [Washington City Paper]

Michelle Obama seen at Howard Theatre’s Sweet Honey in the Rock show. [Washingtonian]

Also: Are Beyoncé and Adele gonna perform at the first lady’s birthday bash? OMGawwwd. [Huffington Post D.C.]