We’re lucky to live so close to the hidden gem that is the Greenbelt National Park with its 1,200 acres of woods, trails and campsites. So close to DC and even a Metro station, it’s no wonder the park is … Read More
By Gabriel Pietrorazio, Masters Degree Candidate at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. On Sunday mornings, the Greenbelt’s Municipal parking lot usually is a bustling epicenter filled with customers, but not this weekend. The weekly … Read More
Guest post by Owen Kelley It is clear from emails flying around, Facebook posts, and items in the News Review that many Greenbelters are concerned about the impact on Greenbelt of the magnetically levitated (maglev) train that has been proposed … Read More
Franklin Park resident Carla Johns calls herself a “behind-the-scenes person” who “doesn’t like being front and center.” So it was a challenge for her to step up and organize a candlelight vigil for George Floyd – but she did it … Read More
Recently, the University of Maryland’s English Department qualified Greenbelt Online as a publication meriting for-credit internships, so yay! More good news came when we heard from rising junior Drew Brown about the opportunity, which he’d seen posted in departmental news. … Read More
NEW from Greenbelt videographer Andy Zmidzinski. Video description: Andy Zmidzinski: joins DACA Marchers along their 250 mile “Walk To Stay Home”, and Greenbelters open their hearts and homes – providing a potluck dinner and beds for 25 people. About 70% of … Read More
Another terrific video by Andy Zmidzinski on an extremely important topic. On the Greenbelt Access Television YouTube channel. Saturday January 20, 2018 citizens and local political leaders gathered to consolidate efforts to stop a proposed SC MAGLEV line. The proposed … Read More
Here’s the first of hopefully many Greenbelt Talks videos addressing important issues to Greenbelters. In this episode, host Dave Zahren interviews panelists Dr. Laura Kressler, Susan Barnett, Brian Almquist, and Rachel Cain (Prince George’s Sentinel reporter). Kudos to videographer/producer Andy Zmidzinski!