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WETA Neighborhoods

WETA Neighborhoods

From secret histories to off-the-beaten path landmarks, WETA Neighborhoods reveals the lesser-known aspects of our favorite greater Washington surroundings. The one-hour special highlights four neighborhoods bursting with personality and stories: Georgetown, Dupont Circle, Capitol Hill, and Anacostia.

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Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Anacostia and Capitol Hill

Join us as we visit the Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Anacostia & Capitol Hill neighborhoods.
St. Dominic's Church and Southwest D.C.

St. Dominic's Church and Southwest D.C.

Southwest Washington changed dramatically during the urban renewal push of the 1960s.

Don Ripper and Art on the Avenue

Don Ripper and Art on the Avenue

Del Ray, Alexandria artist Don Ripper discusses what makes the neighborhood special.

Gangplank Marina

Gangplank Marina

Residents of Gangplank Marina in Southwest give us a tour of their floating neighborhood.

History & Hops

History & Hops

With a local craft beer in hand, get a behind-the-scenes tour of the Heurich House.

Renegades Rugby

Renegades Rugby

The Washington Renegades were the first gay-friendly rugby club in the United States.

Kramerbooks

Kramerbooks

This bookstore-café has been one of Dupont Circle's most popular meeting spots since 1976.

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