Alex Baca leads this week’s arts section with a look into where Artisphere—-the new Rosslyn arts center that is now re-evaluating its business plan after falling short of revenue and attendance expectations—-went wrong. Mark Athitakas reviews—-and provides a reading guide to!—-Tom Carson‘s messy and madcap new novel Daisy Buchanan’s Daughter. I review a once-lost album by the D.C. spiritual-soul group Father’s Children, while David Dunlap Jr. checks out the new record by rapidly maturing garage rocker Ty Segall. Rebecca J. Ritzel has a fine time at Wicked, the Broadway mega-musical now showing at the Kennedy Center, and at The Glass Menagerie, the frequently staged classic now being performed at Arena. Chris Klimek swoons almost without reservations for the one-man show The History of Kisses at Studio Theatre. Tricia Olszewski finds a new documentary about author Harper Lee to be fawning if sweet enough. And in One Track Mind, Marcus J. Moore puts local hip-hop band Violet Says 5 on the spot about the cheesiest song on their new record.