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'Pepperminta,' Dumbachers, and Zooey Deschanel: Your morning arts links

October 20, 2010 - 07:00 AM
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Good morning! Here are some arts links to click while you wait for the caffeine to kick in.

Jon Fischer of City Paper asks, is DC9 doomed? Answer: Probably! Here's our coverage of their loss of a liquor license.

Tyler Green reviews Pipilotti Rist's "Pepperminta" at the Hirshhorn without mentioning hallucinogens.

We reported yesterday that POTUS will be appearing on the Daily Show on the Oct. 27 taping in D.C.

Blake Gopnik writes about the Dumbacher brothers show in New York. The twins are bi-coastal (one in D.C. and NY, one in LA) and their minimalist chrome sculptures were once mistaken for a weapon on an airplane. Disclosure: The Dumbacher family are friends.

SHOE PORN. (Note: Not actually porn)

DCist's Pat Padua leads us on a spooky ghost tour of D.C. Hipsters, beware of the Vampire of Brookland.

Terry Richardson photographs the cast of Glee in their underpants for GQ, and the folks at WaPo avert their eyes.

The blog Art Fag City has an amusing roundup of cube-shaped art.

And finally, Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel sing the most adorable indie pop versions of the National Anthem and God Bless America ever at a Phillies game (from Buzzfeed).

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