Why doesn't the Washington region feel like a college town, despite being home to more than a dozen colleges and universities? We explore why many campuses feel isolated from the city around them, and lack that college town vibe.
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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