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Vote for The Art League by March 1!

Help us spread the word about The Art League! The Washington City Paper Best of Poll is going on now, and The Art League is up for Best Art Class, Best Art Gallery, Best Arts and Culture Non-Profit, and Best Arts Blog.

If you think we’re the best, won’t you help us out by voting? It’s pretty easy —they’re the first four categories on the page:

Of course, you can vote for all your other favorites as well, farther down the page. Voting closes at 11:59 pm on March 1, so don’t delay!

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