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John Freeman: Born to Rock Opera

Over on DC9 at Night, music editor Pete Freedman chats with John Freeman about the fate and state of Sloppyworld, which was shut down by the city earlier this month because the venue does not yet have its certificate of occupancy. Turns out, Sloppyworld's a thing of the past, as the Dutch Treat's got other plans that don't include jumping through the city's flaming hoops -- but what, precisely, are those plans? Jump over to DC9 to find out. But there is some happy news. Two words: Corn Mo. --Robert Wilonsky

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