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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

Tom Kelly's Capitol Hill

Tom Kelly's Capitol Hill

Washington D.C.'s Capitol Hill neighborhood is often identified by its great structures: the U.S. Capitol, the Library of Congress and Union Station. But to a boy growing up there in the 1920s and 1930s, those were the places your neighbors worked or built. WETA visits with Tom Kelly as he shares his memories of the neighborhood where he's lived all his life.

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The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal

The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal

Explore the historic Chesapeake and Ohio Canal on the Potomac, which is today a national historical park and recreational destination.

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City Hall Galleries

City Hall Galleries

Although City Hall may seem like an odd place for an art gallery, Bowie's artists welcome the opportunity to display their artwork at the city's offices. Take a tour through the gallery spaces at Bowie City Hall and view the work of homegrown artists of all ages.

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Keeping the Faith

Keeping the Faith

Religious institutions provide a cornerstone for many communities. In the Anacostia neighborhood there are several such cornerstones. WETA shares how residents are keeping the faith -- whether singing praise at a traditional gospel Mass or reaching out to those in need with an Imam from a local mosque.

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Artist Carlton Fletcher

Artist Carlton Fletcher

See how resident artist and historian Carlton Fletcher paints images of the Glover Park neighborhood with both his brushes and words.

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Spytown

Spytown

Discover the favorite haunts of spies. From clandestine meetings to fleeing KGB defectors, Georgetown is where it happened.

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Railroad Ties

Railroad Ties

In the 1890s, Del Ray became the home of the first interurban streetcar in the United States. Today, the Mount Vernon Community School honors the community's past by displaying a red caboose on its grounds.

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