At 110, D.C.'s oldest resident offers tips for a happy life
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At 110, D.C.'s oldest resident offers tips for a happy life

Eddye Williams, who is believed to be the District's oldest resident, celebrates another birthday. Guests, including D.C. Council member Harry Thomas Jr. (D-Ward 5), fill her D.C. home to help mark the occasion and to hear her advice on longevity. (Hamil Harris/The Washington Post)

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