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D.C. Gigs: Selling 'Express'

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Donella Johnson has been giving out Express Newspapers outside the Tenleytown Metro Station every weekday morning for almost three months.
Marc Adams
Donella Johnson has been giving out Express Newspapers outside the Tenleytown Metro Station every weekday morning for almost three months.

This week we premiere "D.C. Gigs,” our new series highlighting "distinctively D.C." jobs and the people who clock in and out to make them happen. Today, producer Marc Adams introduces us to one of the "Express" vendors outside the Tenleytown Metro.

[Music: "Working for the Weekend" by The Brown Derbies from We Deliver]

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