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Posted at 08:51 PM ET, 03/21/2012

DeEvening Links: A work of fiction


Daisey, performing his ‘Last Cargo Cult’ in New York. (Joan Marcus - AP)
The Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company has the unfortunate distinction of being the place where Mike Daisey debuted his now-infamous monologue, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs. Despite the fact that the show has now been exposed as something other than the “work of non-fiction” Woolly previous said it was, it is going to allow Daisey to reprise the show this summer. Company honchos Howard Shalwitz and Jeff Herrmann explain why in a blog post. Next Tuesday, they want to hear what you think.

In other news:

Occupy D.C.’s “mic check” tact in question (DCist)

Coverage of the “Walk of Silence” (Post, Blade)

Excavation near Navy Yard turns up unexploded ordnance (JDLand, DCist, Flickr)

Willie Wood, D.C. football hero, gets his own block (D.C. Wire)

”Dear PoPville — How do I get my Neighbor to Stop Peeing Off his Porch?” (PoP)

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