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Daniel Johnston’s 'House' has a successfull run in Laurel

IMG 0023LAUREL – “House,” a comedy written by up-and-coming playwright Daniel Johnston and directed by Susan Brall, ended a two-week run until Jan. 20 at the Laurel Mill Playhouse. Based on Johnston’s witty script, he is a playwright to watch in the next few years.

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Students bring history alive, wow crowd at historic Warner Theatre

HarrietboxWASHINGTON, D.C. – Many history buffs know the story of Harriet Tubman, the former slave from Dorchester County, who escaped to freedom and later helped other slaves accomplish the same.

But not everyone knows Tubman’s lesser known life chapters. The “Moses of Her People” also became a Union spy and scout during the Civil War, guerilla operative for the Union Army, and even a nurse who dispensed herbal remedies to soldiers who were dying from infection and disease.

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Local museum revives spirit of ‘Chocolate City,’ preserves history and culture

festival photo 2NORTH BRENTWOOD – Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC) is located within the first municipality in Prince George’s County which was incorporated by African Americans.

North Brentwood is the home of this unique destination where the community is invited to feel inspired by the cultivation and preservation of the cultural and artistic contributions of African Americans in Prince George’s County.

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PHOTOS: Brandywine Elementary library ribbon cutting

BrandywineLibrary 01Check out our gallery from the recent ribbon cutting at Brandywine Elementary School, where they celebrated the grand reopening of their newly-renovated library. The renovation was made possible through The Heart of America Foundation in partnership with Prince George's County Public Schools.


 You can find the gallery here: http://smu.gs/2jDqKZ7

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