Answer Man: D.C.'s Unique Curbs
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Answer Man: D.C.'s Unique Curbs

Washington Post Columnist John Kelly takes to the streets to find out why granite is used for curbs on the sidewalks of the nation's capital. Video by John Kelly/The Washington PostEdited by: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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