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As history, art and English enthusiasts, we grew up loving DC long before we moved up here from Florida after college. Now having lived and worked in our adopted hometown for nearly 20 years (currently in West End), we are even more in love with this beautiful city, its incredible, generous people and its extraordinary and ever-evolving opportunities, than the day we arrived. It is an honor and a privilege to call ourselves Washingtonians, and we feel grateful and fortunate to be here every day.

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