Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: Big Money Edition

David Rubenstein donates $5 million to the National Book Festival, which should support the annual event for another five years. [Post]

...but could the National Book Festival move to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (or somewhere else) next year? [Post]

A settlement over the Huguette Clark estate draws near, putting Corcoran closer to $10 million. [Post]

National Postal Museum adds a new gallery. [Post]

More theater companies warn patrons about adult content. [Post]

Free and adorable lending libraries continue to be a thing in D.C. [Post]

Peter Marks shares his thoughts on the new Helen Hayes Awards configuration. [Post]

The Rosslyn BID—sponsor of this year's SuperNOVA performance art festival—appoints a new director, Mary-Claire Burick. [ARLnow]

Meet Jim Richardson, the guy who painted a semi-famous New Carrollton mural that depicted a history of Prince George's County. [Post]

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