In tomorrow’s City Paper, you’ll find:

  • On the cover, Sarah Godfrey profiles rapper 20Bello, who’s trying not to use his marketing-friendly past to sell records.
  • In Loose Lips: D.C. Council hopeful Will Cobb missed the deadline to get his name on September’s ballot. Did the Board of Elections and Ethics buy his “excusable neglect” argument?
  • In Huan Hsu‘s District Line story, architectural designer Lex Ulibarri kept a chunk of Friendship Heights beautiful by showing how ugly it could be.
  • Looking for Redskins tickets? Cheap Seats columnist Dave McKenna probes the implications of the Redskins home page’s link to StubHub.
  • Composer Jay Alan Zimmerman is losing his hearing. Jay Alan Zimmerman’s Incredibly Deaf Musical debuts this weekend at the Capital Fringe Festival. Art imitates life in Adam Mazmanian‘s profile.
  • Show & Tell columnist Nell Boeschenstein says goodbye to DC Art News blogger Lenny Campello, who’s heading to Pennsylvania.
  • And: Artifacts on cruciverbalist and Adams Morgan resident Matt Gaffney and the unlikely musical duo Buck Gooter, plus Young & Hungry, movie and theater reviews, Channel Serf, and more.