Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: Spy Museum Edition

Spy Museum moving to Carnegie Library, becoming nonprofit. [City Desk]

Wolf Trap raises a record $1 million. [Post]

TheatreWashington President and CEO Linda Levy pens an open letter to Washington Post theater critic Peter Marks, criticizing his coverage of the Helen Hayes Awards reforms. [TheatreWashington]

Artist chukwumaa mistaken for Navy Yard shooter in Georgetown. [Arts Desk]

How did D.C. become a theater hub? [Atlantic Cities]

Politics & Prose and George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium team up for a new "Newsmaker Series." [Lisner]

More information on the Indian cultural center coming to U Street NW [PoPville]

New Petworth bar/restaurant will include a reading room. [Young & Hungry]

What the hell is Joyce Carol Oates tweeting about? [City Desk]

Photos from artist Wilmer Wilson IV's Connersmith performance, "Faust in the City" [D.C. Performance Art]

Brightest Young Things takes a field trip to Gypsy Sally's. [BYT]

The seven best things at Virgin Mobile FreeFest [Stereogum]

The best AND worst from Virgin Mobile FreeFest [DCist]

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