The 34th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon hosted by County Executive Angela Alsobrooks celebrated the dynamic accomplishments of visionary women who serve in and partner with government to influence and impact our communities. The featured keynote speaker was White House Correspondent April Ryan. Photography by Jermoni Dowd
Dr. Michael Gatson hosted a book signing along with a meet and greet for his book Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep (Dr. Doobie book series). This book challenges readers to react to veterans with more compassion and to give them a little bit of grace in their time of need. MichaelGatson.com
[SIDEBAR] The Man Behind the Bikes: Jonathan started working in the biking industry in 1988 when he was a senior in high school. Established: Family Bike Shop was established in 1974 in Capitol Heights. Jonathan started working for the owner in 1995. The shop moved to its Crofton location in 1997. Jonathan purchased the store from its previous owner in 2002.
OK, gentlemen. You’ve waited patiently for your turn. Last month, we brought you our Ladies issue—it is ladies first, after all—and this month, we present our “Gents” issue, celebrating all things masculine. Of course, there’s Father’s Day on June 16, but there are so many more reasons why it’s great to be a guy this … Continued
University of Maryland Capital Region Health’s 32nd Golf Classic For 32 years, the University of Maryland Capital Region Health Foundation has hosted a charity golf classic. This is one of the longest running charity events. The new University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center in Largo will be opening in 2021. The funds raised at the tournament … Continued
Dr. KC Granger Dentist, Enterprise Dental Dr. KC Granger has lived and worked in Bowie for 10 years. He loves his job providing quality care to his patients and takes pride in staying up to date on the latest procedures and training in the dental industry.
Art in all its forms can be motivating and inspiring, but Overdue Recognition Art Gallery focuses on sharing local African-American artists from the community. The gallery recently celebrated its one-year anniversary since moving to its location in Bowie.