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Arts Editor

Sarah Marloff is an award-winning reporter who covers queer culture and LGBTQ rights, as well as sexual assault, D.C culture, and women and queers in entertainment. As Arts editor, she’s always on the lookout for off-beat events and upcoming creators. Prior to joining City Paper in June 2021, Sarah was the associate news & Qmmunity editor for the Austin Chronicle. Her work has appeared in the Texas Observer, Smithsonian Magazine, The Counter, Curbed, and more. Sometimes, she throws queer parties in her spare time.

Sarah’s latest stories

Broke Royals Are Back With “No Time For Love”

Their first new single since last summer pays homage to aughts rock, and you can hear it live on March 18 at Quarry House Tavern.

For the love of aughts rock, D.C.’s Broke Royals released a new single, “No Time For Love,” on March 16. With its dancy beat backed by gritty guitars and a touch of synth, the single is perfectly timed for the return of indie sleaze. A bit more glam than their typical alt rock, it’s the…

Size Matters: National Museum of Women in the Arts Reopens Oct. 21

With more gallery space and everything updated, NMWA will “tell the story of women’s accomplishments more fully.”

It’s a bit of an insult to learn that some people assume the National Museum of Women in the Arts is a quaint house museum rather than a multistory institution, located in a historical building and situated in the heart of downtown D.C. But alas, Susan Fisher Sterling, NMWA’s director, says that’s the case. Underestimate…