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Posted at 01:30 PM ET, 04/09/2012

Public art project lures tourists into D.C. neighborhoods; Reston of 1940 examined


The 5x5 public art project hopes to lure tourists away from the National Mall and further into D.C.’s neighborhoods. (Haraz N. Ghanbari - AP)
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The District’s 5x5 public art project is a unique effort to lure tourists off the National Mall and into the city's neighborhoods. (The Atlantic Cities)

A detailed examination of what the 1940 census records tell us about how Reston looked during that time period. (Restonian)

Breaking down how residents of Georgetown voted in last week’s D.C. primary. (Georgetown Metropolitan)

More information about a new 19-unit condo project being planned for Adams Morgan. (DC Urban Turf)

By Andy Smith  |  01:30 PM ET, 04/09/2012

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