Kriston Capps leads the arts section with a critique of the Hirshhorn’s apparent strategy of big-name monumentalism—-which continues this month with a splashy three-year basement installation by Barbara Kruger. Tricia Olszewski reviews two films about the family relationships we sometimes deceive ourselves into—-Celeste and Jesse Forever and The Imposter. Marcus J. Moore listens to Lovejoy ParkTabi Bonney‘s amorous new mixtape of electro-tinged tracks. Joe Warminsky digs the college-rock balance of Daddy Lion‘s first full-length, Habitat. Rebecca J. Ritzel isn’t impressed by American Century Theater’s Marathon ’33, an ambitious two-and-a-half hour play about a 100-day dance-off. And in One Track Mind, Lindsay Zoladz talks to Shark Week, the band, on the eve of Shark Week, the week.