Wednesday, October 17, 2012
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Hi I'm Tamika Smith, the Local Editor for Takoma Park Patch, you may have seen me around town or online. I would like to welcome you to Blog with Patch! Everyone blogs with Patch from local activists to Governor Martin O'Malley. Writers who are interested in taking their craft to a new level while taking part of the history in the ever-changing Takoma Park are encouraged to apply. Have a passionate perspective you think the community needs to hear about? Send your contact information to Tamika@Patch.com.
Friday, August 10, 2012
Upload your photos of Shark Week 2012 below.
Shark Week kicks off Sunday with week-long programming of the underwater predator on Discovery, but if you're chomping at the bit, you can enjoy a free sneak preview of Sharkzilla. Discovery resurrects the largest shark to swim the oceans, Megalodon. This prehistoric shark weighed at least 100,000 pounds and could have grown to be about 60 feet long. During Friday’s sneak preview at the Fountain Plaza, Shark Week fans can enjoy shark freebies. We want to see how much fun you'll be having, so upload your photos! To upload your photos, click on the "upload photos and videos" button below the photo gallery. Check out Shark Week 2011 photos.
Saturday, April 28, 2012
It will reopen Sunday, April 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Flower Avenue (Flea) Market waves goodbye to Saturday and reopens Sunday, April 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Shoppers can find a different mix of vendors and treasures each week at the market located at 8809 Flower Ave. Some of the goodies available include antiques, art, collectibles, hand-made jewelry, toys, clothing and accessories, decorative glass, china, hand-carved safari animals, CDs, records and a great selection of hand bags made by the Long Branch Women’s Sewing Circle. There are also activities for the kids including a moon bounce tent to give kids a chance to jump all over the place for $1. The market is always looking for people who can make the market more festive through face painting, juggling, and musicians. Contact …