Read the piece here.
Also in this week's WCP: Kriston Capps and Louis Jacobson reflect on the passing of Fraser Gallery in Bethesda.
Read that story here; read Lenny Campello's extended remix of the hows and whys here.
And, while you're at it: I don't see how you can pass up the opportunity to read WCP Arts Editor Jonathan Fischer's curious cover story featuring tales from Ian Svenonius's Bruise Cruise, a garage rock weekend invasion of a Carnival cruise ship, featuring nine bands--including Surfer Blood and Vivian Girls--and 380 tattoo-and-jorts-clad fans.
Read all about it here.
Pictured: Paul Gauguin, Te Rerioa (The Dream), oil on canvas, 1897