Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: Fancy Cat Edition

cherry popMusic promoters are suing the Prince George's County Council for $10 million over the Dance Hall Permit Law. [Examiner]

Listen to Bearshark's new release, Canyonlands. [D.C. Music Download]

Magneto destroys RFK Stadium in the new X-Men movie (and Fox paid $62,350 to film it). [Arts Desk]

There's a three-screen "micro cinema" opening behind Union Market next month. [PoPville]

GEMS doesn't want to "live in a vacuum until [they] finish an album." So, another EP first? [D.C. Music Download]

Here's what's playing at AFI DOCS next month: films on Big Bird, LCD Soundsystem, and the world's most pampered cat, Cherry Pop (above). [Arts Desk]

Some say "art," some say "squiggly nonsense." The neon "Anacostia" sign has been turned off, and new neon designs have been added to the building. [Death and Life of Historic Anacostia]

My DIY Axl Rose high school prom dress is vindicated at last. [ConcertHotels]

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  • becca

    AXL ROSE! THAT DRESS!!!

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