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WHERE WE LIVE | The historic downtown abounds with restaurants, bars, music and a vibrant urban park.

WHERE WE LIVE | Northwest neighborhood tries to keep its multicultural flavors amid rapid gentrification.

  • Haben Kelati
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WHERE WE LIVE | Community bounded by the Potomac is rich in history, volunteerism, recreation and more.

WHERE WE LIVE | Forest Glen offers a bevy of benefits: a nearby Metro station, caring residents and lots of parks.

WHERE WE LIVE | Most of the Chinese American community left long ago, but it’s still a touchstone for many.

  • Audrey Hoffer
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WHERE WE LIVE | Everybody’s taking their dogs or their babies for a stroll in a neighborhood not far from the Beltway.

  • Mike Salmon
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WHERE WE LIVE | The NW community has a small-town feel, varied housing and a rich history of activism.

New apartments, an older townhouse enclave and Tysons retail are luring young professionals.

WHERE WE LIVE | In Quaint Acres, the beauty that drew “Silent Spring” author Rachel Carson still attracts residents.

WHERE WE LIVE | The Northwest Washington enclave is established and friendly but missing its Safeway.

  • Nick Mourtoupalas
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WHERE WE LIVE | The Fairfax County community has a historic core surrounded by woods and water.

  • Mike Salmon
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For people who love the water, Moorings on the Magothy offers an abundance of activities.

  • Kristina Orrego
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In a gentrifying, growing city, Anacostia residents find a sense of community despite longtime problems with violence.

WHERE WE LIVE | Brambleton is brimming with urban amenities and new schools, but residents say the vibe is very much that of a small town.

WHERE WE LIVE | North Brentwood, once home to black Civil War veterans, celebrates its history and growing diversity.

  • Audrey Hoffer
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WHERE WE LIVE | Residents enjoy diversity, top schools and spacious homes to go along with the greenery.

WHERE WE LIVE | Stafford County community, intended as a leisure retreat, now thrives as an active haven for families and marine enthusiasts.

  • Kristina Orrego
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WHERE WE LIVE | Steps from the Potomac, “it has this lost-in-time village feeling,” says a resident of the Maryland neighborhood.

  • Kristina Orrego
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WHERE WE LIVE | Gessford Court in Southeast combines small homes with a big sense of community.

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