Downtown Farmers Market Draws D.C. Crowd
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Downtown Farmers Market Draws D.C. Crowd

First lady Michelle Obama was on hand to support the opening of a farmers market that closed Vermont Avenue between H and Eye Streets NW to traffic Thursday afternoon. Video by Gerald Martineau, edited by Francine Uenuma/The Washington Post

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