Neighbors frosted over Georgetown Cupcake's popularity
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Neighbors frosted over Georgetown Cupcake's popularity

The growing popularity of Georgetown Cupcake, thanks largely to TLC's reality show DC Cupcakes, has 33rd Street sprinkled with customers. But some neighborhood residents are not excited about the sugar rush. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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