Posts Tagged ‘Prince George’s County’

Arts Roundup: Prince George’s County Blues Edition

Capitol Depths: Prince George's County has shuttered another dance club after a young woman was shot outside the Music and Games Club in Capitol Heights Monday. The shutdown is the first to occur after Prince George's county council passed the Dance Hall Bill last month, making it easier for police to close nightclubs in the event of [...]

Arts Roundup: Yes, We Aggregated Him Edition

Victim's Mother Wants Club Closed: The mother of George Cooper, a 25-year-old Washington man who was fatally stabbed at the CFE Events Center in Forestville last year, wants the venue closed, TBD's Sarah Godfrey reports. Tracy Cooper, who earlier this year sued the club and Prince George's County in a wrongful death suit, is leading a [...]

The Crossroads Nightclub: No Music, No Alcohol, Just Carryout Food (for Now)

The Crossroads Nightclub and Restaurant Entertainment Complex in Bladensburg, which was suddenly closed for “maintenance” last December, has again run into mysterious problems.  Since at least last Thursday, the nightclub has been closed, and the restaurant has been only open for Sunday brunch and for carryout food service on weekdays. No alcohol is being [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Julian Lytle

Julian Lytle was born just outside the city in Prince George's County. 2010 was perhaps the start of his breakthrough to a bigger audience—he was featured in May's Heavy Metal magazine, was nominated for a Glyph award as a Rising Star of comics, and was featured in podcasts and a couple of substantial web interviews [...]

Crossroads Nightclub Still Closed For “Maintenance”

On December 10, the Crossroads Restaurant and Entertainment Complex in Bladensburg, Md. posted a message on its website stating that the club “will remain closed today Friday December 10th until further notice for ongoing maintenance.  Management apologizes for any inconvenience. We will inform you in a timely manner, when we are scheduled to reopen to resume [...]

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