Previews + Extras
Preview: Columbia Pike/Lake Barcroft
S2 E13 - 30s
From the top of Columbia Pike to Lake Barcroft, realtor Judy Cranford can't wait to show off the homes in her own neighborhood. Explore a highway that is vital in African American history and hear stories of immigrant families that call this area home. Plus, a visit to Phoenix Bikes shows how local students give back and get around, while John and Christine enjoy a sunset cruise on Lake Barcroft.
"A United Nations in an actual community"
S2 E13 - 3m 26s
As photographer Lloyd Wolf likes to say Arlington, Virginia's Columbia Pike corridor is "A United Nations in an actual community." Over the past 50 years, the neighborhood has welcomed immigrants from all over the world. Today, international diversity and culture are celebrated, along with Arlington's rich African American history at The Black Heritage Museum, which opened on the Pike in 2018.
Combining Form and Function on Columbia Pike
S2 E13 - 4m 45s
Christine and John are impressed with how the open layout of this renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bath duplex along Arlington's Columbia Pike corridor combines form and function. From a beautiful multi-purpose island for prepping, cooking and dining, to the renovated bathrooms, this small space packs quite a punch!
A Country Cottage Along Columbia Pike
S2 E13 - 6m 5s
"I've walked into a country cottage," says Christine as she tours this impeccably renovated 4 bedroom, 3 bath home in Arlington's Claremont neighborhood. The charm flows through the house from top to bottom, and the functional layout makes it easy to see why so many Claremont residents stay in their homes for decades.
A Wooded Retreat Inside the Beltway
S2 E13 - 7m 32s
John and Christine are blown away by this mid-century deck home in the woodsy Lake Barcroft neighborhood. With 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, exposed beams throughout and windows that bring in the natural light, it's a true work of art -- with a vibe that is much more mountain retreat than Beltway bureaucrat.
Bare Feet With Mickela Mallozzi
Anahita - A Mother's Journey
PBS American Portrait
Making Menuhin: A Documentary
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