The Azalea Classic is going virtual this year! Starting April 24th through May 9th, run (or walk!) at your own place at your own pace all while raising funds for our beloved community school. Let’s show how strong we are together, even when we are apart!
Route 1’s 2019 Real Estate Trends & Market Report
Curious about how the Route 1 Corridor’s housing market fared in 2019? We all are! Which is why we’re excited to share local realtor Tamara Beauchard’s 2019 Real Estate Trends for the Route 1 Corridor as well as direct access to full reports of all house sales in Hyattsville, University Park, College Heights Estates and College Park. Who hoo! Dig in!
Whoo Goes There?! Nest of Owls Calls University Park Home
Just last week, I did a quick post here about the Yellow-Crowned Night Heron chainsaw sculpture in University Park, marveling about how the sculptor, Don Becker, created this work via chainsaw! Next thing you know, I learned Becker would be at it again soon – this time re-purposing a stump across from UP’s Tot Lot. I stopped […]
Sculpting by Chainsaw: University Park’s Yellow-Crowned Night Heron
After passing this sculpture in University Park about 4-5 times a week for the last year or so, I decided to take a moment to read up on its story. According to this Washington Post article, the “Yellow-crowned night heron chainsaw sculpture was commissioned by [University Park] as an alternative to removing dead trees.” Michael Beal, University […]
Check out the New Little Free Library in University Park!
Thanks to the University Park Civic Association, University Park now has a new Little Free Library directly across from its Tot Lot! 👏 (If you’re not familiar – A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange.) I’m thrilled and grateful that they installed a LFL here as they […]
Adults’ Weekend Guide: July 6th – 9th
Check out opening reception Friday at Mt. Rainier’s ReCreative Spaces! Happy Weekend, Route One Buds! Another great menu of artsy, musical, active, reflective performances and events to check out this weekend – like Community Forklift’s First Friday, or the opening for an exhibit exploring friendship & identity through hip hop photography (includes a freestyle cipher […]