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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.

Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Anacostia and Capitol Hill

Join us as we visit the Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Anacostia & Capitol Hill neighborhoods.
Georgetown's Blues Alley

Georgetown's Blues Alley

Blues Alley, the nation's oldest jazz dinner club, sits in Georgetown.

Bump 'n Grind Cafe

Bump 'n Grind Cafe

Step inside a Silver Spring cafe and vinyl shop, which has emerged as a community hotspot.

Gay Men's Chorus

Gay Men's Chorus

After 35 years, D.C.’s premiere gay vocal ensemble is still expanding its mission.

Renegades Rugby

Renegades Rugby

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

Jackson Art Center

Jackson Art Center

A converted historic school building in Georgetown now houses over forty artists.

Anacostia Family Festival

Anacostia Family Festival

Take a look Inside the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum's annual family festival.