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Washingtonian examines The Corcoran’s crisis, its rocky history, and the atmosphere of distrust that’s begun to take hold within its historic building on 17th Street NW. [Washingtonian]
Baltimore City Paper put Bad Brains’ H.R. on its cover this week, and calls the new album the band’s best in decades [Baltimore City Paper]
Coucilmember Vincent Orange‘s film incentive bill gets a meh reception at a committee hearing on Monday [DCist]
Tyler Green on the troubled Hirshhorn Bubble: “It’s long past time for the Hirshhorn and its board to give up on architectural folly and to rededicate all of its energies to art, collecting and scholarship.” [Modern Art Notes]
Panda Head magazine’s seventh issue is on its way. [Panda Head]
A 1996 Bikini Kill show in D.C. made this writer a feminist punk [Express Night Out]