CHEVERLY – With the help of a generous grant from the GEICO Philanthropic Foundation, children who attend Title I elementary schools in Prince George’s County are able to attend shows at The Prince George’s Publick Playhouse for the Performing Arts for free.
The Mousetrap is coming to the Laurel Mill Playhouse.
A play written by Agatha Christie about a group of strangers—one of whom is a murderer—stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm—promises to keep audience members on the edge of the their seats according to those performing in the production.
GREENBELT — While most of the performances during New Deal Café’s open mic night Thursday featured acoustic guitars and harmonicas, artists Robin Bowen and Ryan Willis approached the microphones with only a Macbook Pro and their voices.
COLLEGE PARK – At a new café, the Board and Brew, hundreds of board games fill wooden shelves. The collection includes household classics such as Life, but also specialty games such as Agricola, a farm resource management game.
NATIONAL HARBOR – Veterans, VIP guests and local officials enjoyed the first rides on the 180-foot-high Capital Wheel Thursday evening at the grand opening of Prince George’s County’s newest attraction.