Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: Chopping Block Edition

Smithsonian stares down a potential $65 budget cut, brought to us by Congress. [AP]

Montgomery County is hungry for millennials. Maybe the District can slough a few off 14th Street NW. [Post]

Neil Young will release a live solo album recorded at D.C.'s Cellar Door in 1970. [Rolling Stone]

The D.C. Preservation League and Douglas Development will present a reenactment of The Beatles' 1964 concert at the Washington Coliseum. [Post]

What would MLK Library look like if some of these shortlisted architecture firms took a whack at it? [Housing Complex]

Georgetown architect Robert Bell purchases the old Georgetown theater building on Wisconsin Avenue NW. [Georgetowner]

Life According to Sam, a documentary directed by local filmmakers Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine, will debut on HBO. [WTOP]

Submit to Washington City Paper's fiction issue! [Arts Desk]

Here are your official Halloween costume options, D.C. [BYT]

Warning: photos of Bruce Villanch herein [BYT]

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