A Greener Green Line: Anacostia

Kim Szarmach

April 27, 2016

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Walking from the Anacostia Metro Station to Anacostia Park, there is a stark contradiction between the crumbling, littered concrete sidewalks and the serene view of the water and lush greenery ahead. Anacostia may not be though...

Finding God on Every Corner: Deanwood

Jess Anderson

April 27, 2016

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Deanwood marks the last DC metro station on the orange line before the train crosses into Maryland on its way to New Carrolton. The track is lined with decrepit CSX cars, and many of the neighborhood streets feature small hous...

The Ivory Tower’s Fortress: Brookland

Brendan Agnew

April 27, 2016

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Were it not for the warehouse bearing the neighborhood’s name that looms over the metro platform, it would be hard to tell that these two sides of the Brookland/ Catholic University metro station were part of the same neighbo...

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