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PoPtrekker Vol. 6 – Georgia Ave. Part II (North of the Metro)

In a previous PoPtrekker we looked at Georgia Ave. south of the metro. I received many emails requesting north Georgia Ave. be featured. So here we are. A couple of things, this one runs a bit longer than past ones but we still had to cut out some notable spots. It’s just impossible to get everything. Also, I think I say “umm, ahh” about 127 times. As is certainly no surprise, PoPtrekker is filmed without a script and pretty much all on one take. So I use the “umms, and ahhs” to think about what I’m gonna say. But I’ll definitely work on that for future volumes.

You can see previous PoPtrekker episodes here. This remains a joint Prince of Petworth/ Intangible Arts production. If you have a suggestion for a future PoPtrekker please email me directly.

Full disclosure: Qualia Coffee owns Fresh Off The Roast Coffee which is an advertiser on PoP.

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