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11th Street Bridge Park Mural Project
Students come together to create a 55 foot mural that celebrates their neighborhoods.
Clip: S2016 | 3m 17s
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Capitol Hill's Fridge Gallery
A warehouse-turned-art gallery on Capitol HIll displays the work of D.C.’s street artists.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 49s
Explore jazz and chamber music traditions in an intimate and historic setting.
Clip: S2016 | 3m 1s
Georgetown's Blues Alley
Blues Alley, the nation's oldest jazz dinner club, sits in Georgetown.
Clip: S2016 | 3m 51s
Nature Fest is a week long celebration of nature in Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.
The Washington Renegades were the first gay-friendly rugby club in the United States.
Clip: S2016 | 3m 8s
Crumbs & Whiskers Cat Cafe
Sip coffee while you visit with adorable and adoptable cats at D.C.'s first cat cafe.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 59s
Bump 'n Grind Cafe
Step inside a Silver Spring cafe and vinyl shop, which has emerged as a community hotspot.
Clip: S2016 | 4m
Georgetown Fall Art Walk
Twice a year, the galleries in Georgetown's Book Hill open up for a combined reception.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 18s
History & Hops
With a local craft beer in hand, get a behind-the-scenes tour of the Heurich House.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 58s
This bookstore-café has been one of Dupont Circle's most popular meeting spots since 1976.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 34s
Jackson Art Center
A converted historic school building in Georgetown now houses over forty artists.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 32s
The Dupont Festival offers a year-round slate of community programming.
Clip: S2016 | 2m 37s
Gay Men's Chorus
After 35 years, D.C.’s premiere gay vocal ensemble is still expanding its mission.
Clip: S2016 | 4m 51s
Anacostia Family Festival
Take a look Inside the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum's annual family festival.
Clip: S2016 | 3m 9s
WETA Neighborhoods Preview
Explore the fascinating people, places and history of neighborhoods in the D.C. area.
Preview: S2016 Ep1 | 30s