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“Dear PoPville,

I just wanted to put out a safety alert to the biking community and anyone else using the greenways in the area.

I was tackled off my bike and robbed at gunpoint on the Sligo Creek Trail. This happened in the wooded area between Green Meadows and Kirkwood Apartments, which is near the West Hyattsville metro stop, around 9:20 am on Thursday morning. Read More

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We’ll be closing up the shop in March, taking a little break, and opening the Hyattsville location in the fall.

Thanks to Justin for sending word: “Red Onion Records is going to be leaving their U street location and move up to Hyattsville.”

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Let’s get serious folks – 13 years ago I moved to DC with no job, a cat, a gal, and lots and lots of records. I found a little basement space on 18th St and opened Red Onion Records & Books. The ceiling was low, so was the rent, and we really loved our time there. We had parties, book readings, so many great in-store performances, it was truly a magical place. Nine years later we packed everything up and moved out of the basement and a few blocks over to a bright and sunny space on U St. I’ve loved our time there and all the new faces we’ve met, but it’s time to say goodbye to DC. We’ll be closing up the shop in March, taking a little break, and opening the Hyattsville location in the fall. This wasn’t an easy decision, but we’re looking forward to what the future will bring. I just want to take this opportunity to say thank you to everybody who has ever been a part of this crazy adventure, we couldn’t have done it without you. ❤️

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Red Onion moved to their current location back in 2015: Read More

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