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- Lidl to Open in College Park on June 19
- Vegan Soul Food Cafe Headed to Mount Rainier
- Lidl Grocery Store Headed to College Park
- Lidl to Open in College Park in Mid to Late June
- Kahvie Coffee Shop Now Open in Hyattsville
- Why College Park's New Bubble Tea Cafe is Big
- Route 1's Habit Burger Has a Secret Menu
- College Park Moves Closer to Opening Lidl
- Mount Rainier's Pennyroyal Station Opening Soon
- Capital Bikeshare Keeps Expanding on Route 1
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- Gateway CDC
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- Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center
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- Riverdale Park Station
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- Streetcar 82 Brewing Co.
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Tag Archives: education
Kevin Durant’s recent $10 million pledge to expand a college program in partnership with Prince George’s County Schools naturally drew national attention. That’s to be expected: An NBA all-star known for investing in Silicon Valley teaming up with Laurene Powell Jobs … Continue reading
Join us for the JAPA Open House! Discover the Magic of Musical Theatre. Meet our Spring Show Directors and find out more about how you can dance, sing, and act your way to the stage! The Winter/Spring session for the … Continue reading
Yes and… a key rule of improvisation. What to discover and learn the rest of the rules to be a master improviser? Come have fun exploring improvisational theatre through engaging theatre games and scene work. Workshops are FREE and open … Continue reading
Join us for an afternoon of fun arts activities that are all based in STEAM.Build, experiment, and create at engaging stations that include: Light Painting Lab, Go! Bots, Minecraft, Build-It Discs, and so much more! This is a FREE event … Continue reading
Do you ever feel awkward and unsure how to add gestures and physical characteristics to your performance? Join us for an in-depth workshop that will explore your physical self and teach you to be comfortable moving as your character. Workshops … Continue reading
College Park Academy’s new location feels like a cross between a school and a tech startup. The public charter middle and high school, whose students are chosen by lottery, moved into a brand new building in the University of Maryland’s … Continue reading
DeMatha has produced yet another NBA draft pick. The selection of Markelle Fultz Thursday marked the 23rd time a graduate of the Hyattsville Catholic school has produced a pro basketball player, second only to Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, according to a … Continue reading
On Friday, the town of University Park and the University Park Elementary School celebrated Arbor Day by planting an American beech tree on school grounds next to the town park. Students took part in planting the tree, the 13th planted in the town to commemorate … Continue reading
Another private Catholic school in Hyattsville has upped its basketball game. St. Jerome Academy in downtown Hyattsville recently refurbished its gym, which now sports this nice basketball court. The school, which starts with pre-school and day care for younger children, … Continue reading
About a hundred young Catholic families have moved to Hyattsville in recent years to help revitalize the local religious community. Led in part by former city council member and Hyattsville Life & Times publisher Chris Currie, this “intentional community” has … Continue reading