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Posted at 10:12 AM ET, 05/04/2011

May 5 is Raheem DeVaughn Day in D.C.; Decemberists keyboardist diagnosed with breast cancer; Vin Diesel the rapper - slow and calm

Raheem DeVaughn will be getting a nice birthday present from Vincent Gray. (Astrid Riecken/FTWP)
- D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is declaring May 5 to be Raheem DeVaughn Day in the District. This Thursday the local R&B star will receive a key to the city and be honored for community efforts including preserving the arts and fighting HIV/AIDS. DeVaughn tackled many political and social issues on his Grammy-nominated album “The Love & War Masterpeace.”

- Jenny Conlee, keyboardist for indie-folk band the Decemberists, announced that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She and Decemberists leader Colin Meloy penned a note on the band’s Web site saying the prognosis is positive, although she will be forced to miss the band’s upcoming concerts, including a June 13 show at Merriweather Post Pavilion.

- Vin Diesel rapping and breakdancing in 1986 over beats by New York avant-garde cult fave Arthur Russell? Don’t mind if we do.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Wednesday morning:

- No Age, “Teen Creeps”

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Categories:  Morning click | Tags:  Raheem DeVaughn, The Decemberists

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