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What did Kwame Brown really mean when he said newcomers to D.C. should “get over” their distaste for go-go? Who really hates go-go, anyway: D.C. residents or the D.C. government? [DCist]
Another Michael Kaiser column in dire need of more detail: The Kennedy Center president tackles the ineffective Web strategies of arts organizations, but doesn’t name organizations, or specify what a better strategy might look like. [Huffington Post D.C.]
Woolly Mammoth hosted a reading of Dustin Lance Black‘s Prop. 8 play 8 last night, but you’ll also be able to hear the version with George Clooney and Brad Pitt on WPFW sometime soon. [AP via Slate]
Arlington Public Library debuts an online exhibit of vintage postcards. [ArlNow]