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WETA Neighborhoods

WETA NeighborhoodsThe Washington region is full of distinctive neighborhoods, each with a different tempo, focus and style. These video segments explore the fascinating people, places and history of neighborhoods in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

WETA Neighborhoods video segments are broadcast periodically on TV 26. Check out some of the samples below. To watch all the WETA Neighborhoods videos grouped by neighborhood, visit our video portal.

WETA Neighborhoods

Local Pages

Local Pages

John Rouse knows a lot about Bowie, Maryland. As editor and general manager of the local newspaper, "The Bowie Blade News," it's his job to know what's going on in this town. John gives us the "newspaperman's" view of the town he's called home for the last 35 years.

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Gardens of Georgetown

Gardens of Georgetown

Join WETA as we explore the great pride of many residents: the private gardens of Georgetown.

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Shepherd Park Homes

Shepherd Park Homes

A stroll down Shepherd Park's streets reveals an unusually diverse architectural mixture of homes. WETA takes viewers on a tour of the Colonials, Tutors and Sears catalogue homes in the neighborhood, and shows how these different styles came together.

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Fish Market

Fish Market

A Washington, D.C., institution for more than 200 years, the Maine Avenue Fish Wharf is as historic as it is lively. WETA visits this bustling market to uncover the historic charm and the current cast of characters that makes the wharf a favorite stop for tourists and locals alike.

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Blues Alley

Blues Alley

Visit Blues Alley, a nationally renowned jazz supper club where greats such as Dizzy Gillespie and local favorite Eva Cassidy once played.

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La Comunidad Latina

La Comunidad Latina

Historically home to a small concentration of Latino residents, Adams Morgan's Spanish-speaking population exploded in the 1980s. WETA explores how Adams Morgan has become the center of the Latino community in the District.

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Neighbors, Inc.

Neighbors, Inc.

Shepherd Park was one of the Districts' first truly integrated neighborhoods, largely because of a group of citizens called Neighbors, Incorporated. In the late 1950s, this group of black and white residents came together to fight unfair housing practices and to promote integration. They are still an active part of Shepherd Park today.

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