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Adams Morgan History
WETA examines the transformation of Adams Morgan from farmland to urban hot spot.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 3s
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La Comunidad Latina
WETA explores how Adams Morgan became the center of the Latino community in the District.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 10s
WETA spotlights Adams Morgan's murals and introduces some of their artists.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 17s
Artist Carlton Fletcher
Carlton Fletcher paints images of Glover Park with both his brushes and words.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 5s
A Spirited Past
Established during Prohibition, Pearson's Wine & Spirits remains a D.C. fixture today.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 9s
Ready to Play
The Glover Park co-ed softball league is the city's only independent neighborhood league.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 26s
The community garden in Glover Park is one of the few "victory garden" sites still in use.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 4s
Shepherd Park History
Once farmland, Shepherd Park is now one of Washington's densest urban neighborhoods.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 2s
Shepherd Park Homes
Shepherd Park boasts an unusually diverse architectural mixture of home styles.
In the late 1950s, Shepherd Park residents formed Neighbors, Inc. to promote integration.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 29s
Dr. Dorothy Height
Dr. Dorothy Height exemplifies the important role of women in the Civil Rights Movement.
Tour the oldest row houses in D.C. and a waterfront area on the brink of redevelopment.
KidSafe helps children in Southwest, D.C., succeed at school and in life.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 22s
WETA visits the bustling Maine Avenue Fish Wharf, a D.C. institution for over 200 years.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 27s
John Rouse, editor of the Bowie Blade News, offers a newspaperman's view of Bowie, MD.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 21s
City Hall Galleries
Tour the gallery spaces at Bowie City Hall and view the work of homegrown artists.
Bowie International Festival
The Bowie International Festival explores traditions, food and art from many cultures.
The Dairy Godmother
The Dairy Godmother is a sweet example of a thriving independent business in Del Ray.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 15s
WETA explores Del Ray's railroading past.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 16s
Art on the Avenue
The Del Ray "Art on the Avenue" festival features over 300 artists and craftspeople.
Memories of Del Ray
Longtime Del Ray resident Norman Grimm reflects on changes in his neighborhood.
Clip: S2006 | 2m 30s
Now a diverse neighborhood, LeDroit Park was orginally a gated "Whites only" community.
Duke Ellington's D.C.
WETA examines the Shaw in which Duke Ellington lived during the 1920s.
Frank Love gives us an insider's view of Shaw where he has been cutting hair since 1959.