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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Robin Leon
Months after the District's "Chocolate City" moniker was melted by census figures showing that blacks' share of the population fell to half as the white population reached one-third, detailed numbers released Thursday show that among young adults, whites outnumber those of all other races combined.
"Some of the things that made the neighborhood appealing for a young not-married couple, then a married couple here are still appealing to parents," said Robin Leon, 34, as she walked her 10-month-old in a stroller near 14th and D streets Southeast.
"Schools are still the huge talk of the playground. It's crazy, block to block," Mrs. Leon said.