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Great stuff yesterday from Maura Judkis, reporting from the opening of the Museum of Censored Art. A crew from CNS News, the outfit that helped manufacture the outrage that led to the Smithsonian’s removal of David Wojnarowicz‘s “A Fire in My Belly,” stopped by but didn’t interview the organizers of the protest.

Aaron Leitko reviews Wednesday’s Moombahton Massive party in the Post. “Listening to moombahton at a club is a bit like getting tossed around inside an off-center washing machine,” he writes. Nice.

At tomorrow’s Sockets Records showcase at the Black Cat, you can buy a limited-release CDR from post-rockers Buildings. You can also buy the debut albumby Laughing Man, reviewed in this week’s WCP.

The Phillips House reopens after its fire in September, and WaPo‘s Jacqueline Trescott takes a tour.

And finally, some tragic news: Trish Keenan of the U.K. electronic act Broadcast died this morning from complications of pneumonia, according to the band’s label. She fell ill after a recent trip to Australia. RIP.