The 'Art Man' in action
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The 'Art Man' in action

"Art Man" B.K. Adams installs an outdoor art piece called "The Bridge of Leadership" in a vacant lot off H Street NE. The piece is made of abandoned poles from an old suicide-prevention fence. (DeNeen L. Brown, Edited by Ethan Klapper/The Washington Post)

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