SCENE-chronized in Perfect Harmony

Photo | Michael G. Stewart

Kentlands resident Dudley Connell performs with his group, The Seldom Scene.

By Sharon Allen Gilder “Wait a minute. Was that Dudley Connell of the three-time Grammy-nominated bluegrass group Seldom Scene walking by just now?” Your eyes wouldn’t be playing tricks on you if that’s what you thought. Connell has lived in…

Let the Fireworks Begin

Photo | Courtesy of Lloyd Dobler Effect

Don’t miss the Lloyd Dobler Effect (LDE), taking the stage at 7 p.m. on July 4 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. The group will perform original music from the albums “Candles” (2008), “The Experience Unplugged” (2011), “Rock N’ Roll Gangstas” (2014), The Irish Experience (2013) and Seasons (2008), as well as some covers. “Elizabeth, Phil & Chris” with Northwest High School’s own Elizabeth Kominski opens for LDE at 5:30 p.m.

Independence Day Celebration Festivities at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds include live music, family activities, good food, and of course, a dazzling display of fireworks sure to delight audiences of all ages. Gates open at 5 p.m. A lively concert will…

Around Town

Synthetic Turf Field Construction Underway On June 18, construction of the Lakelands Park synthetic turf field began with contractor Hellas Construction and subcontractor Alpine Services, Inc. According to Sean Stevens, project manager with the City of Gaithersburg Department of Public…

Arts & Entertainment

Fulks Corner Farmers Market Thursdays, 1-6 p.m., Rt. 355 & Fulks Corner Avenue, Olde Towne Products available for purchase include fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, herbs, flowers and plants, honey, cider, fruit butters, baked goods and meats. Main…

Excitement Afoot for K25 Symposium, June 20-21

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Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, founders of Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, the architects and planners of Kentlands, will lead a walking tour of Kentlands on Saturday, June 21.

When architect and Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ) partner Marina Khoury looks back over the past 25 years, she finds it remarkable how “Kentlands changed the (development) discussion. Kentlands was not a resort town. Yet it had alleys and narrow…