Column: Rebuilding character of historic D.C. market poses challenge

A fire that damaged the historic Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., on Monday is a major loss to the Capitol Hill community, writes the Washington Post's Philip Kennicott. "The sense among the people who gathered yesterday across the street from the building, gutted so badly that birds can now fly in through the front windows and out the back ones, was a profound concern that while the building may come back, its dynamic qualities may not," he writes.

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