Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: RIP All Roads Film Festival Edition

In his proposed 2014 budget, Mayor Vince Gray requests more than $140 million for library construction. [Loose Lips]

National Geographic kills the annual All Roads Film Festival. [Washingtonian]

Bette Midler has a soft spot for 180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School, the PBS documentary based on Ward 1 high school DC Met. [Curbed]

Worn magazine is now also a creative agency. [Worn]

Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation changes its name to The Memorial Foundation, but denies it's feuding with the King family. [Post]

Video: Local artist Paige Byrne transforms a community garden into a temporary art project. [Frozen Tropics]

Young Playwrights' Theater publishes its first book, Write to Dream. [Post]

Rep Stage loses its artistic director. [D.C. Theatre Scene]

More about the very cool D.C. by the Book project, which now has a fully operational website. [Post]

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