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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

A tremendous flower plants itself in Northwest Washington, all sorts of 'Scapes in Alexandria and the devil’s dirty work.

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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

Oklahoma! Cape Verde! Maryland!

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Talking With Poet Sonia Sanchez

When poet Sonia Sanchez performs her work, she doesn't just read her poetry. She sings, she moves, she stutters and chants, and she uses her poetry to tell emotional stories about tough social issues.

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Seniors Beat The Heat With Art And Other Workshops

In the midst of a record-breaking heat wave, some people who might not have a place to cool off are finding refuge in Woodley Park and Tenleytown. And some D.C. residents over 60 are taking a break at an indoor art workshop.

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Program Uses Theater To Promote Drug Abuse Screening

Actress Debra Winger is in Washington, D.C. this weekend to help educate health care providers through the Addiction Performance Project, which aims to promote drug abuse screening at the doctor's office.

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‘Art Beat’ With Sean Rameswaram

Bluegrass, Lego, Damsels & Daemons and the Red Power Squad.

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In Anacostia, 'Ring Shouters' Break World Record

The Smithsonian's Anacostia Community Museum recently put together the first national exhibit on Gullah culture: the descendants of African slaves who live in the low country region of South Carolina and Georgia. To mark the end of that exhibit's stay in D.C., the museum invited Gullah leaders from across the country to participate in a tradition known as a ring shout.

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