County native rapper Substantial experiments with first instrumental album “The Garden”

  • Published in Music
Substantial 4NORTH BRENTWOOD – Surrounded by local artifacts and artwork plastered all over the walls of the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC), rapper Substantial said he felt at home. With over 30 guests in attendance for the release of his first full instrumental project, the artist released a huge smile as the crowd sung along on command. 
“I just love the idea of every time I do a release, I am basically able to celebrate in the community I grew up in,” Substantial said. “…Just the idea that it is closer to home so it gives my family, friends and the few fans I have in this area [to celebrate].”

Durant gives back to community with $10 million donation

  • Published in Sports


UPPER MARLBORO – Basketball has been a staple in Prince George’s County for many years. The area has established its stake in the sport with the likes of players such as Michael Beasley, Victor Oladipo, Jeff Green and a bevy of talented NBA players and their importance to the community is never forgotten.


Council seeks options for school CIP funding

  • Published in Local

WilliamWirtMSUPPER MARLBORO – Members of the Prince George’s County Council believe the county government does not have the funds to close the gap between state funding and what Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) needs when it come to capital improvements, and they’re looking for solutions to keep modernizing schools.

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