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D.C. street vendor Royal Height crafts an awesomely retro brainsticker of an Obama anthem, but worries it’s losing relevance. [Post]

Phil Kennicott: High culture in America hasn’t always been restricted to balls, high-society functions, and presidential inaugurations. [Post]

Kennedy Center makes accommodations to kids with autism. [Post]

Saturday night on U Street: largely apolitical, says Fritz Hahn. [Post]

Constellation Theatre’s Zorro aspires to be a hero tale for the modern age. [D.C. Theatre Scene]

Lady Gaga to perform at Tuesday’s White House ball. [AP via WJLA]

Even if you didn’t want to, there was a good chance you saw John Legend out and about in D.C. this past weekend. [Washingtonian]

Video: Members of Da Mixx Band perform with King of the Congas competition winner Samuel “Smoke” Dews on Fox 5 Morning News. [TMOTTGoGo]

Catching up with the dancers from Baltimore’s The Buddy Deane Show [Post]