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Arts Roundup: Indulj Shut Down Edition

Three men shot and injured outside U Street NW's Indulj nightclub early Monday morning; Police Chief Cathy Lanier shuts down the club for 96 hours [AP via WJLA]

Shakespeare Theatre Company's lawsuit against its landlord moves forward another step [The BLT]

Clinton Yates: WPFW has been gentrified [The Root D.C.]

Backstage Inc. at risk: The beloved Barracks Row costume shop was due to move to Alexandria, but its investor has backed out after losing business in the wake of Hurricane Sandy [WTOP]

The largest cut slab of aquamarine on Earth comes to the National Museum of Natural History [Post]

I suppose it was just a matter of time before someone did the Gangnam Style dance in a production of dog & pony's participatory show A Killing Game [Post]

The lastest One City Location of the Month: the National Air and Space Museum [D.C. Film Office]

Black Cat owner Dante Ferrando played a cover of Iron Cross' "Crucified" during Dinosaur Jr.'s show in New York Saturday night [Spin]

Split This Rock's favorite poetry books of the year [Blog This Rock]

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