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Last week, the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities announced it would distribute about $4.2 million in taxpayer-funded grants to D.C. arts programs, art-makers, and arts organizations this fiscal year. What were some of the ways the money was spent? On go-go education, war photography,weird theater, an art party in Anacostia, short films, free Shakespeare, a security camera, and an elevator. And that’s not even a small fraction of it.