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March 7, 2011

This special episode of Experience airs clips from our viewers' favorite neighborhood documentaries "Growing Up In Greenfield," "Have You Been To Brookline?" and "40 To Farmington" - while reminding viewers the importance of supporting WQED's local programming.


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This special episode of Experience airs clips from our viewers' favorite neighborhood documentaries "Growing Up In Greenfield," "Have You Been To Brookline?" and "40 To Farmington" - while reminding viewers the importance of supporting WQED's local programming.


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