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Arts in the Afternoon: D.C.'s Social Network

2:33 PM, Mar 10, 2011 • By KELLY JANE TORRANCE
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Steinway enters the Smithsonian--not the piano, but the family behind it, with a diary that’s a New York treasure trove. “He wanted to get away from the unions and the anarchists.”

Troubles with Broadway’s Spider-Man reach a crescendo: Its visionary director Julie Taymor has been fired. A script doctor has been brought in to revamp the failing show.

Novelist Nathan Brandsform takes a crack at the eternal question: Why do some eBooks cost as much or more than their hardcover counterparts?

Men’s Health magazine names Washington, D.C., America’s most socially networked city. Is there too much talking and not enough doing here?

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