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Children play hide-and-seek at the National Building Museum.
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Children play hide-and-seek at the National Building Museum.

As we wrap up the first official week of spring, we put away the boots, throw open the doors and come out and play.

We'll play a little soccer and meet the fervent fans of D.C. United, check out a new theatrical play about one of D.C.'s most notorious graverobbers, or "Resurrectionists", and find out what happens when too many local students decide to come out and play -- instead of heading to class.

[Music: "Every Little Bit Hurts" by John Davis from Title Tracks]

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