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- Vegan Soul Food Cafe Headed to Mount Rainier
- Lidl to Open in College Park on June 19
- Kahvie Coffee Shop Now Open in Hyattsville
- Behnke's Nursery in Beltsville to Close in June
- Why College Park's New Bubble Tea Cafe is Big
- Kermit the Frog Spotted in University Park
- Route 1's Habit Burger Has a Secret Menu
- Lidl Grocery Store Headed to College Park
- Hidden Gem: A Taste of El Salvador in Hyattsville
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- Busboys and Poets
- College Park
- Gateway CDC
- Historic District
- Mall at Prince Georges
- MilkBoy ArtHouse
- Mount Rainier
- Pizzeria Paradiso
- Posh Cycling & Fitness
- public art
- Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center
- real estate
- Riverdale Park
- Riverdale Park Station
- Route 1
- Streetcar 82 Brewing Co.
- University of Maryland
- University Park
- University Town Center
- Vigilante Coffee
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Tag Archives: Edmonston
Back by popular demand, our Summer 2018 Digital Storytelling Camp will be once again held in the Greater Washington, DC area for ages 6-9. During the week-long camp, our campers will create digital storybooks and learn about global citizenship. Give … Continue reading
When it’s time to practice, the D.C. Rollergirls head to the Route 1 corridor. Since 2015, the women’s flat track roller derby league has leased a practice space in a nondescript 9,000-square-foot warehouse complete with a polished concrete floor just off of … Continue reading
Four mayors along the Route 1 corridor were recently named to a national list of notable black women across the country. Essence magazine compiled the second-annual list of the “Woke 100 Women” to highlight black women who are “proven change … Continue reading
Two Mexican restaurants in Hyattsville were recognized as among the best in the greater D.C. area. The Washingtonian named Taqueria el Mexicano on Riggs Road and Taqueria La Placita on Edmonston Road to a list of the best restaurants in D.C. … Continue reading
The nearly nine-mile Anacostia River, once called D.C.’s “forgotten river,” has been the focus of intense cleanup efforts in recent years. The District of Columbia has a plan to make the Anacostia River “fishable and swimmable” by 2032, but some … Continue reading
The tiny town of Edmonston is punching above its weight when it comes to helping the environment. Located just across the railroad tracks from Hyattsville, the town of some 1,500 residents has pioneered creative ways to fight runoffs into the … Continue reading
Bring the kids to an exciting event all about dinosaurs. See puppet shows, live birds of prey, roast marshmallows at the campfire, create dino crafts, dino egg roll and other more. Bladensburg Waterfront Park, 4601 Annapolis Rd, Bladensburg, MD 20710 … Continue reading
ECO City Farms is still offering sign-ups for its winter CSA through Thursday. With urban farms in Edmonston, and Bladensburg, the community-supported agriculture program grows vegetables without chemical fertilizers, chemical-based or non-organic treatments, herbicides, pesticides, or fungicides. All produce is Certified … Continue reading
D.C. GlassWorks is a glass-blowing and sculpture studio for everybody. Located in a garage in an industrial park in Edmonston, the studio offers workshops and lessons for beginners, workshops for intermediate glass-blowers and rental space for professionals. Beth Hess, a College … Continue reading