Quite a musical weekend indeed! Olivia Mancini and the Mates play at the Listening Room in Brentwood, OSYX and Unring the Bell play at Hyattsville’s Streetcar 82 and Maryland Meadworks hosts a Medievel Music night! College Park’s got a $5 Open Barre class and Mt. Rainier’s opening reception for Integration sounds unique indeed! Friday Along […]
Will it be an International Women’s Day Concert in College Park, Bingo & BBQ in Hyattsville, theatre in Mount Rainier, mixed martial arts style exercise in Cheverly or explore artwork while listening to local bands selected by City Paper’s music editor (& beer tasting) in DC? Why not try to do them – and everything below – all this weekend?!?
This weekend along the Route 1 corridor: Creative Culture in North Brentwood, Glow in the Dark Dance in College Park, Mardi Gras 5K in Riverdale Park, University Park Elementary School’s Silent Auction, Schubert’s Mass in G in Hyattsville and more all inside Route One Fun’s latest Weekend Guide! Many thanks to this weekend’s sponsor: Friday […]
Tomato Dodgers all up in this piece! If I told you there was a music showcase happening at Hyattsville’s Polka Dot Park THIS Saturday featuring four local bands playing some r-n-r, punky reggae, action funk rock, and rootz reggae as well as some tasty local craft beer from Denizens and Calvert Brewing Company, you’d […]
Did you check out Paint Branch Creek this past weekend? If so, you saw this local Americana band play to a standing-room only (and then some) crowd at College Park’s Old Parish House! L –> R: Patrick Lynch, Greg Heelan, Allison Hughes, Eric Maring & Arun Ivatury While Paint Branch Creek (PBC) has played before […]
Singer-Songwriter Sam McCormally & Musician Maureen Andary Checked out Mt. Rainier’s Intentional Blackout Porch Night this past Saturday. As you wise ones can deduce from the name, this was an afternoon-into-evening filled with live music performed by musicians local to Mt. Rainier, Maryland. Over nine different sets played for about thirty minutes on the porch of […]
BTS = Back to School, right? Nope. Built to Spill, bizitches. That’s the visceral reaction I have (though entirely internally) whenever I see these three simple letters together. You see, while I now pump Kidz Bop jams out my car speakers and subscribe to Real Simple over CMJ, I used to have a decent music […]