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So, Justin Bieber kinda sucked at Verizon Center last night. [Post]
The State Department commemorates 50 years of the Arts in Embassies program with a few big-name events, including a Nov. 30 awards ceremony with Jeff Koons, Cai Guo-Qiang, Kiki Smith, and other influential artists; and a Nov. 28 happening at THEARC with performance artist (not Bad Seeds frontman) Nick Cave. [U.S. Dept. of State]
Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser: In the job market, the list of exceptional senior arts managers is quite short. [Huffington Post D.C.]
Rockville company hired to renovate the National Museum of American History [Washington Business Journal]
D.C. DJ DC Fatts has died. [TMOTTGoGo]
Baltimore artist Jo Smail scores the top Trawick Prize [Chevy Chase Patch]
A chat with Kennedy Center Jazz Adviser Jason Moran about tonight’s Election Night Jam, D.C.’s jazz community, etc. [Washingtonian]
New material from D.C./Virginia band The Plums [The Plums]
Get your E.D. Sedgwick and Evens records now: Dischord is taking pre-orders for its Nov. 20 releases. [Dischord]