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Arlington County Manager Barbara Donnellan says she’s “forcing” Artisphere “to reevaluate how they operate.” [ArlNow]

Classical music critic Anne Midgette on music education in schools: It might be great for kids, but it doesn’t necessarily turn them into future symphony subscribers. [Post]

The Anacostia totem pole serves as an odd tribute to Native American culture in a city that stands by its football team’s racist name, writes Michael Shank [Post]

Rosa Parks statue to be dedicated on Wednesday in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall [WJLA]

Watch: Wale’s ritzy video for “Street Runner” [YouTube]

After a concert review on his website led to the end of live music at a Silver Spring restaurant, Metal Chris says he’s back to reviewing shows. [D.C. Heavy Metal]

Pitchfork gives Maxmillion Dunbar‘s House of Woo LP a 7.8. But you should read City Paper‘s review instead—-it’s better. [Pitchfork]

Watch: Theater J/the D.C. Jewish Community Center’s panel discussion on David Mamet, the playwright whose conservative politics provoke icky feelings among many theater lovers [Theater J]

A documentary about Baltimore band Double Dagger is due out on April 20 [Baltimore City Paper]

Veep returns April 14 [Huffington Post D.C.]

Southern Problems Andy Bowen on her gender-transitioning experience: “It’s been great. Throughout the course of the band, I have spanned gender presentation which has been quirky and fun.” [DCist]

The Legend of Cool “Disco” Dan, reviewed [DCist]

“Montgomery County is hip!” said no one ev… oh, wait, this person did [Post]