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You Haven't Lived Here if You Haven't . . .

Sunday, February 6, 2005; Page C02

. . . seen the places that make Washington unique. There is so much more to the place we call home than museums and the Mall.

Every Sunday since early 2002, we've tried to highlight the quirky or impressive and the hidden or well-known but seldom done. We've sent you to hear oral arguments before the Supreme Court, nosh on jelly cake from Shuman's Bakery in Alexandria, have a heart-to-heart with Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog and hoof it along the Billy Goat Trail. We've pointed out some "forgotten" monuments and uncommon ways to witness perennial favorites.


Washington may be known for its federal landmarks, but it is home to much more. (Jason Reed -- Reuters)

_____Previous Articles_____
. . . Explored the History of the Man for Whom our Town is Named (The Washington Post, Jan 30, 2005)
. . . Uttered the Phrase, "Let's Meet at Kramerbooks" (The Washington Post, Jan 23, 2005)
. . . Visited an Exhibit From Out of This World (The Washington Post, Jan 16, 2005)
The Entire Series

But all good things come to an end. Starting next week, a new feature will take this place, revisiting subjects of some of our local news stories. We hope you'll continue to explore on your own.

A selection of "You Haven't Lived Here if You Haven't . . . " articles from the past three years can be found onlineatwww.washingtonpost.com/haventlived.


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