FINALLY! 📽 Hyattsville’s Regal Cinema‘s is finally participating in Summer Movie Express, a program where they show family-friendly movies on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings for $1 a ticket. 😊 I say “finally” with some exasperation because while Regal’s been doing this program now in many different cities in Maryland, Hyattsville seemed to never be on […]
Now when you bike to the Riverdale Park Farmers Market, or Town Center Market, or Archie Edwards, or Bikram Yoga or maybe even to the MARC Station, you’ll have three more ways to lock those wheels up! According to the Town of Riverdale Park’s Waverly Pollitt, the Town installed the bike rack recently at the […]
A 2010 study by the University of Memphis found that 70 percent of African-American children had little to no swimming abilities. That same year, six African American teenagers drowned while wading in Louisiana’s Red River as anguished friends and family watched in despair, unable to help because they themselves did not know how to swim. If […]
Gateway Arts District Open Studio Tour was a chance to meet some of the many amazing artists who live and work in our area, including Juliana Vallejo and Julia Walther at Mt. Rainier’s Red Dirt Studios: Julia Walther and her handmade pottery are delightful! Hyattsville’s Pizzeria Paradiso’s Spring Fest was super fun! About 10-12 […]
Kids love – we love – the Wizard of Oz-themed playground at Watkins Regional Park in Upper Marlboro yet! If you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s a peek at what you’ve got to look forward to at this truly amazing, huge, colorful and creative playground!
Here is an alphabetical list of Memorial Day remembrance ceremonies and events happening in and around the Route One Corridor to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country: Bowie Memorial Day Parade This year’s Parade Grand Marshall is Robert West, a Vietnam veteran who served with the United States Air […]