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This Week On Metro Connection: Looking Back

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We rewind and look back at some of our favorite stories from the past few months. We'll revisit the days when oystermen plied the Chesapeake Bay in boats known as "skipjacks." We'll meet a chemist working to improve life-saving drugs. And we'll rock out with a band taking its love of D.C. to new lyrical heights.


[Music: "Every Little Bit Hurts by John Davis" from Title Tracks / "Too Late To Turn Back Now" by Jackie Mittoo]

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