Montpelier Arts Center 2015 Dinner and a Movie season starts Feb. 21 with "Bird," a portrait of jazz visionary Charlie Parker. Montpelier Arts Center celebrates Black History Month with "Glancing Back and Looking Forward: 100 Years of African American Culture and History in Prince George's County, Maryland," an exhibit featuring the lives of selected Prince Georgians who pursued a variety of occupations and community roles. February is also American Heart Month and Million Hearts, a national
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Cheikh Ndoye performs annually at Blues Alley in Washington, but mainly plays to crowds on the West Coast. However, on Sept. 19, Ndoye's the Cheikh Ndoye Group, featuring Karen Briggs, is the headliner at the Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel.
Vernon H. Wolst Jr., founder of Project Survival, an education and mentoring program that used basketball and other sports to help improve reading and math skills, died Aug. 22 of a massive heart attack at Northwest Hospital.
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