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Former record-label mogul donates a huge cache of rock interviews to the Library of Congress [Rolling Stone]
The National Women’s History Museum names an interim chair and makes other changes following a Huffington Post investigation [Huffington Post]
The National Gallery of Art is a little less white and male than it used to be [Tyler Green]
Rosslyn gets a “bread crumb trail” of sassy orbs that lead to Artisphere [ArlNow]
HR-57 is “now very much back in business” [CapitalBop]
American Idol winner Phillip Phillips to play “A Capitol Fourth” on the National Mall [Post]
Phil Kennicott: “If we look back on the debate about it 10 or 20 years hence, I think people will wonder: How did a debate about a memorial to Eisenhower turn into a general cultural trashing of Frank Gehry, the greatest American architect of the last half century?” [Post]