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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

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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Congressional Cemetery

Congressional Cemetery

Most people think of cemeteries as final resting places for the dead, but Capitol Hill's Congressional Cemetery has become something of a place for the living. WETA discovers how an immense community effort has led to the preservation and transformation of the historic cemetery.

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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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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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Dr. Dorothy Height

Dr. Dorothy Height

Civil Rights advocate and Southwest resident Dr. Dorothy Height exemplifies the important leadership role of women in the Civil Rights Movement. We sit down and talk with this local legend who worked closely with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and who has met with U.S. presidents from John F. Kennedy to George W. Bush.

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Memories of Del Ray

Memories of Del Ray

Norman Grimm grew up in Del Ray during the Great Depression, remaining there to raise a family of his own. Today Norman reminisces fondly about the Del Ray of his youth and reflects on the changes in the neighborhood he proudly calls home.

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Art on the Avenue

Art on the Avenue

The annual Del Ray Art on the Avenue festival showcases the work of more than 300 artisans and craftspeople. In this segment, artists and residents talk about their culturally rich neighborhood.

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