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New York Times article on Silver Spring, MD, home of SilverDocs

When me & my indie/punk & other MD/DC suburban "troublemaker" friends were hanging out at the old Tastee Diner (located where the Discovery Channel world headquarters sits now) in the early 90's, Silver Spring was a charmingly run down city; the anti-Bethesda. Now, about 15 or so years later, Silver Spring is a shiny example of urban renewal with a world (or at least doc world :) famous film festival (and a huge dinosaur skeleton roughly where i used to sit & drink coffee all night) . Read all about the transformation of Silver Spring at the New York Times.

- Sujewa


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