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May 21, 2012

Hidden Gems: Columbia Heights Coffee

Hidden Gems: Columbia Heights Coffee

American University's Hidden Gems shows us the Museum of Unnatural History and Columbia Heights Coffee.

May 21, 2012

Hidden Gems: Som Records Has Vinyl

Hidden Gems: Som Records Has Vinyl

American University's Hidden Gems shows us Som Records and a unique food truck.

May 11, 2012

Hidden Gems: Sweet Lobby

Hidden Gems: Sweet Lobby

American University's Hidden Gems checks out Good Stuff Eatery and Sweet Lobby.

May 11, 2012

Hidden Gems: Lot 38

Hidden Gems: Lot 38

American University's Hidden Gems checks out Trapeze School and a coffee house called Lot 38.

Apr 24, 2012

Hidden Gems: Law Enforcement Memorial

Hidden Gems: Law Enforcement Memorial

American University's Hidden Gems takes us to the Law Enforcement Memorial and Meditation Museum.

Apr 24, 2012

Hidden Gems: National Building Museum

Hidden Gems: National Building Museum

American University's Hidden Gems takes us to the National Building Museum and the FireHook Bakery.

Apr 12, 2012

Hidden Gems: Titanic Memorial & Fridge Gallery

Hidden Gems: Titanic Memorial & Fridge Gallery

American University's Hidden Gems takes us to the little-known Titanic Memorial and Fridge Gallery. Will your heart go on?

Apr 12, 2012

Hidden Gems: The New HR-57

Hidden Gems: The New HR-57

Yeah, you popped in to HR-57 during its 14th Street days, but have you headed out to the new spot yet? American University's Hidden Gems takes us inside the new H Street HR-57 and its yummy neighborhood comrade,...

May 24, 2011

Adept or Inept: Trapeze

Adept or Inept: Trapeze

Will our volleyball player be a success on the flying trapeze?

May 20, 2011

Adept or Inept: Swing Dancing

Adept or Inept: Swing Dancing

Will our rookie dancer get into the swing of things?

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