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This Week on Metro Connection: Out In The Cold

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In honor of this frigid winter, we bring you our annual show on life in wintry Washington.  We'll seek out the coldest spot in our entire region, and visit a "frost pocket" in western Maryland.  Plus, we'll hear how folks without homes are coping this winter, and we'll check back in with a homeless man we met more than a year ago.

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


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