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Young Washingtonian Makes DC Smileli
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October 28, 2013 9:05 PM
Many consider Mondays to be the worst day of the week. And for many years, so did thirty year-old Washington night club promoter Massoud Adipour. A little more than a year ago, he decided to change that, both for himself and his community. Little did he know, the project would evolve to something much larger. And as he tells Tala Hadavi, of VOA’s Persian News Network, making Monday commuters smile has had a big impact on his own life.

Young Washingtonian Makes DC Smilel

Published October 28, 2013

Many consider Mondays to be the worst day of the week. And for many years, so did thirty year-old Washington night club promoter Massoud Adipour. A little more than a year ago, he decided to change that, both for himself and his community. Little did he know, the project would evolve to something much larger. And as he tells Tala Hadavi, of VOA’s Persian News Network, making Monday commuters smile has had a big impact on his own life.


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