'Blizzard' defense, backcourt a real treat for Colonials
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Whatever happens with the Democrats and Republicans pursuing the Oval Office during primary season, the nation's capital is likely to remain a bastion of bureaucracy, bickering and unfulfilled promises long past the fall's election. But tucked away in the shadow of some of the city's most famous landmarks to more upbeat ideals, there is one inside-the-beltway program built on nothing grander than pragmatism which continues producing results beyond its press clippings.
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