By: Tristan Brooks
August 9, 2012
If a dog gets paint on its paws, Pink Line Project knows about it. D.C.’s premiere arts and culture blog, Pink Line catches anything remotely artsy, and, in the words of founder Philippa Hughes, spoon-feeds it to the masses. Taking a quick look at the site, there are 20 events listed on Pink Line’s calendar today, 15 blog posts have been written since last Thursday, and all of this has been curated in the sake of connecting capitalfolk with the art occurring around them. In order to find out more about how this enterprise got started, the state of D.C.’s arts scene, and how to become the best arts site in the city, we talked to Hughes.
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