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This Week On Metro Connection: Origins

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We'll go back to square one, turn back the hands of time, and otherwise get at the root of the matter, as we explore the origins of local landmarks, and meet the driving forces behind some key D.C. institutions. We'll also explore the building blocks of reading, and investigate the original use of a word that's generating all sorts of controversy in the football world.

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

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