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Ramiro Gomez Jr.’s cardboard signs of Latino day laborers and maintenance workers, which the L.A.-based artist deploys guerrilla-style to raise issues of immigration reform, come to official Washington [Post]

People really should be paid to read Fifty Shades of Grey, but at least some local students are getting academic credit for it [WTOP]

ICYMI: Maryland considers tripling its incentives for film companies who shoot within the state’s borders [Examiner]

Dischord plans to co-release the debut LP from ex-Swiz/Sweetbelly Freakdown band Red Hare this spring [Dischord]

More Beyoncé tickets go on sale this morning at 10 a.m. [WJLA]