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In tomorrow’s City Paper:

  • On the cover: Rachel Beckman follows a group of Roosevelt Senior High students as they try to build a robot. One incredible kid is their only hope.
  • Loose Lips profiles Our Nation’s Capital, a virtually unknown nonprofit that landed at $300,000 statehood-education grant from the District government
  • The “Mayor” of D.C. hip-hop, Nile “the Mayor” Nu’Man, doesn’t need any reporters to get his word out. Sarah Godfrey interviews him anyway.
  • In Young & Hungry, Anne Marson details the lengths restaurants go to to keep their tables turning over. And no, it’s not just Ray’s the Steaks.
  • Tricia Olszewski reviews the JT LeRoy movie; Mark Jenkins assesses a pair of Hiroshi Sugimoto exhibits; Joe Banno weighs in on the KenCen’s take on Donizetti; not to mention theater reviews from Bob Mondello and Trey Graham.
  • Plus Cheap Seats, Young & Hungry, Savage Love, and all your favorites.