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U Street Music Hall co-owner Will Eastman criticizes a contracted security guard for trying to boot two men who were dancing provocatively at the club this weekend. He says the guard was promptly fired. “If anyone knows the individuals who were approached by the security guard please ask them to contact me so that I can offer them a personal apology. I would DJ and host a free night at U Hall for them and all their friends and DJs in our community. Shirts not allowed.” [Facebook]

Because your voyage to Gallery Place isn’t overstimulating enough: more electronic billboards for Verizon Center. [Washington Business Journal]

Washingtonian declares Doc Martens—-which debuted in the 1940s—-and Robyn—-who has become more influential in the 2000s than she ever was as a teen one-hit wonder in the 1990s—-part of a ’90s wave sweeping the D.C. area this summer. Come again? [Washingtonian]

Representin’ Arlington in the Fringe Festival. [ArlNow]