Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: John Legend Edition

The Worst Kind of Surprise: Oh, just kidding. It sounds like John Legend made some students from Duke Ellington School of the Arts very happy yesterday, unexpectedly popping by their rehearsal at the Kennedy Center. The singer was in the house to help kick off the Ken Cen's "What's Going On...Now" project.

Truth Hurts: Did the Washington Post ruin this touching story by running an enormous correction on top of it? TBD's Andrew Beaujon says never mind—it needed to be done: "The correction's not there to make you feel bad," he writes.

Harpin' on it: Click Track talks to D.C.'s very own vocalist/harpist, Rashida Jolley. So, how do you play a harp and sing at the same time—while on a worldwide tour with Lady Gaga? Well, now you know.

H Street Great Street: NBC4 personality Pat Collins grew up on H Street NE. He remembers when those trendy bars used to be five-and-dimes, people.

Yesterday on Arts Desk: Margaret Bowland v. The United States of America; meet David Hintz, the area's most prolific rock concert reviewer.

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