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Author: PERRY STEIN

WASHINGTON (AP) – The dark, dingy staircase leads to an even dingier basement. A basement with a maze of stacked boxes, dusty cleaning supplies, moldy walls and abandoned furniture.

But Kymone Freeman has a vision for this 2,400-square-foot space in the heart of Southeast Washington’s Anacostia neighborhood. He sees a …

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