Arts Desk

Arts Roundup: Sunken Costs Edition

D.C.'s attorney general now backs the plan to break up the Corcoran. [Post]

Local environmental and rowing groups oppose a planned Mia Feuer installation of a sunken gas station in the Anacostia River on the grounds that it "could single-handedly set back the river restoration and undo years of effort on the part of the D.C., Montgomery County, and Prince George's County governments to convince people to keep oil out of the water." [CityLab]

Even Columbia, Md., suburbanites are hosting house shows. [WAMU]

Ruben Casteneda chats about S Street Rising, his book about covering crime in the District. [Library Journal]

At the National Gallery, Degas' "Little Dancer" is about to get a bigger spotlight. [Post]

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