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Marvin Hamlisch, principal conductor of the NSO Pops orchestra between 2000 and 2011, has died at age 68. [WUSA 9]

Remembering Hamlisch, who could “get a little cocky,” but with good reason [Post]

Sikh Temple shooter Wade Michael Page was in a band that released music on a racist Maryland label called Label 56. [Post]

BK Adams, the local artist known for his installations and his habit of riding around town on an artistically modified bicycle, has won the First Annual East of the River Distinguished Artist Award. [Washingtonian]

Parking attendants at Udvar-Hazy accused of stealing more than $400,000 from the Smithsonian. [DCist]

A Q&A with sideshow performer Mab, Just Mab [Huffington Post D.C.]

Arch Campbell: Local movie theaters are “run by a bunch of teenagers who aren’t paying attention.” [Washingtonian]

BYT agrees with me that Red Room is not douchey, but many other bars on their “Least Douchey Bars in D.C.” list have high potential for future douchiness. [BYT]