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    D.C. Remembers Their Hometown Hero Marvin Gaye 35 Years After Passing


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    This was a great story on Marvin Gaye. The only thing that I know was omitted was the existence of MARVIN restaurant at 2007 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC. You can find further information out about this at marvindc.com.

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    I used to work with guys who knew marvin as a teen,and they said that he was a quiet guy with a great voice,because those were the doo-wop days and groups were everywhere but marvin stood out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodward View Post
    This was a great story on Marvin Gaye. The only thing that I know was omitted was the existence of MARVIN restaurant at 2007 14th Street, NW, Washington, DC. You can find further information out about this at marvindc.com.
    Yeah. I visited the site a few days ago. One of these days, I'm gonna visit DC and go to that place.

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