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They’re online “eyes and ears” in some of the Washington region’s most dynamic neighborhoods. Community bloggers are connecting neighborhood residents with news on their blocks and corners – and with each other. In advance of our upcoming “Kojo In Your Community” broadcast in Columbia Heights, we get a view from the neighborhood and surrounding areas.
- Tim Wright Author, "The 42"
- Andrew Wiseman Author, "New Columbia Heights"
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