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ECO-PALOOZA

The ECO City Farms Board of Directors cordially invites you to a harvest celebration to benefit our favorite community farm! That’s a win-win. Show your support for sustainable agriculture, community agro-education, and healthy communities. There will be delicious beer and … Continue reading

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Bluegrass Brunch featuring Ken and Brad Kolodner

The dynamic father-son duo Ken & Brad Kolodner weave together a captivating soundscape on hammered dulcimer, banjo and fiddles pushing the boundaries of the Old-Time tradition into uncharted territory. Enjoy delicious selections from MilkBoy ArtHouse’s Brunch Menu as you tap … Continue reading

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Dom Flemons at the Listening Room

Dom Flemons is a Grammy Award winning musician from Phoenix Arizona. Dom Flemons’ interesting blend of music utilizes older, historically rooted styles while also riding the line of contemporary trends to make a fresh, contemporary style of folk. His most … Continue reading

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The Roustabouts Release Their First Album

After more than a decade playing gigs around the D.C. area, the Roustabouts have recorded an album. The blues-and-roots band, which has ties to the Route 1 area, held a release party for “Plenty of Blues” at the New Deal … Continue reading

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MilkBoy ArtHouse Begins Live Performances

MilkBoy ArtHouse began holding live performances this week with its grand opening to take place this weekend. The College Park venue has had its cafe and bar area open since May, but it hadn’t yet begun hosting musicians, poets and other … Continue reading

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Gregory Cornell at the Listening Room

Gregory Cornell, a singer-songwriter hailing from Brooklyn, NYC, is an ambitious roots musician that has crafted vivid music that is reflective of his knowledge. Through his life lessons and experiences, he has created a contemporary sound that is fueled by … Continue reading

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Meet Hyattsville’s Indie Rock Band, Blue Plains

An indie rock band from Hyattsville will play at Riverdale Park Station Thursday. Blue Plains, whose sound has been compared to Radiohead, Mumford & Sons, and Wilco, will play a set at Bear Square near the Whole Foods Market from … Continue reading

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Vote for the ‘Best of Route 1’ in Our Reader Poll

Who makes the best coffee? Where’s the best playground? What’s the best place to go to yoga, listen to live music or eat Sunday brunch? For five years, we’ve been giving you tips on the best things to do along the … Continue reading

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How MilkBoy Came to College Park

The University of Maryland has set its sights on making College Park a great college town. MilkBoy ArtHouse, which opens Tuesday, is a crucial part of that effort. A cafe, bar and live music venue on Route 1 at the … Continue reading

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Classical Vigilante

Vigilante Coffee hasn’t just upgraded the quality of Hyattsville’s coffee — it’s also made it a little better for music. On recent Fridays, the coffee shop and roastery in the historic downtown has hosted the Excelsa Quartet, a group of … Continue reading

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