MOUNT RAINIER – Explosive drum beats and energetic African dancing infused with African culture served as a fitting celebration of Black History Month for dance troupe Soul in Motion Players (SIMPINC).
Check 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
FORT WASHINGTON – Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland came to life last week with the help of local students who happily embraced the challenge of preparing for a production in just a week.
NATIONAL HARBOR – A development years in the making is finally opening its doors this Thursday, and MGM National Harbor believes the opening is going to be monumental.
Check out the sights from Prince George's County Public Schools' Marching Band Showcase that took place last week at High Point High School.
UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Fair is set to return to The Showplace Arena this Thursday – a year after a double-booking pushed them from the site.
SPRINGDALE – A dynamic platform to inspire others began with a vision to create an original play called “Black Boy Blues” and steps that two local brothers took to launch a production company called Jenk Ink.
HYATTSVILLE – In a newly renovated building that pays homage to its history, donning industrial themes, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center opened in its new Prince George’s County home on Saturday.
NATIONAL HARBOR – The UniverSoul Circus was proud to partner with local youth and the Prince George’s County Police Department for a special evening at the July 21 performance at National Harbor – ‘Unity Matters – Youth and Police Working Together to Bring Unity to the Community.’