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Life-long Lorton resident Irma Clifton stands in the courtyard at the Workhouse Arts Center, which was once Lorton prison.
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Life-long Lorton resident Irma Clifton stands in the courtyard at the Workhouse Arts Center, which was once Lorton prison.

It's our weekly trip around the region. This week, we visit Lorton, Va. and Woodland Normanstone in Northwest D.C.

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