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Have a Pop-Up Horror Story? Send it to Curbed DC!

Love them or hate them, pop-ups are a reality in Washington, D.C. that won't end for a long time — maybe never. Along with those who would like to put an end to pop-ups, there are individuals who care enough to speak out. Curbed DC would like to broadcast your concerns, fears, and experiences in a future post. If you have a story you want told, send it over to Curbed DC's tipline. For those who are unaware what pop-ups are, see all of Curbed DC's previous coverage here.
[UPDATE: We've received a question on whether or not Curbed readers can send positive experiences on pop-ups as well. Feel free to send them! We'd love to hear both sides of the story.]
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