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Saul Suggests Interim Project Saul Holdings Limited Partnership, owners of the Kentlands Square Shopping Center, applied for schematic development plan (SDP) approval for construction of three commercial buildings and a streetscape in the Lowe’s parking lot area, along the private…

Dr. Karl Lee Retires

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Dr. Karl Lee (R) retired Oct. 1, leaving his 211 Market St. West practice in the capable hands of Dr. Ernest Ponraj (L). Melissa Chen (center) continues as practice manager.

Kentlands dentist Dr. Karl Lee retired on Oct. 1, leaving his 211 Market St. West practice in the hands of Dr. Ernest Ponraj and longtime practice manager Melissa Chen. In a statement, Dr. Lee said that he is looking forward…

Arts & Entertainment

Compiled by Kira Sansone ‘Escapes’ Through Oct. 23, Kentlands Mansion and Arts Barn This invitational landscape exhibit features the work of eight artists. Latino Art League Through Nov. 12, Activity Center at Bohrer Park This exhibit celebrates National Hispanic Heritage…

The Park Pages

Photo | Brent Pernak 

A beautiful sky shines above Vistas and Quince Orchard Park.

QOP NEWS Spooktacular Halloween Celebration Planned Francesca Gianaris and Charles Wilson of RE/MAX Metropolitan Realty in the Kentlands are sponsoring a Halloween Celebration at the Quince Orchard Park Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 28, 5 to 7 p.m. Families are…

Running the 5K

Photo | Pam Schipper

Runners await race start of the 24th Annual Kentlands/Lakelands 5K.

The 24th Annual Kentlands/Lakelands 5K was uncharacteristically wet and chilly, held for the first time in many years before the start of school. For these reasons and that 2017 is not a qualifying year for Maryland Senior Olympics, participation was…

Bus #201 Offers Convenient Run to BWI Marshall

By Kira Sansone Although the holidays may seem far away, it’s never too early to start planning for travel during the busiest time of the year. The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) #201 bus offers services from the Gaithersburg Park and…

Manhattan Short Film Festival Moves to Arts Barn

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In “Do No Harm,” a Manhattan Short finalist from New Zealand, violent gangsters storm into a hospital in China to stop a crucial operation.

Due to anticipated renovations at the Kentlands Paragon Stadium 10, this year’s Manhattan Short Film Festival finals have been relocated from its longtime Kentlands theater location to the Arts Barn. The popular festival, which has drawn capacity crowds for the…

Around Town

Kentlands Downtown Working Group Seeks Volunteers At its August Board meeting, the Kentlands Citizens Assembly (KCA) Board chartered a new committee to follow and represent citizens’ interests in the redevelopment of Kentlands Downtown, specifically development efforts by Kimco in Kentlands…