Six Flags Rides, Reception Hall Dies, Apple Guise (Demo)

Six Flags opens a new rides and Mardi Gras themed section of the park for 2014, Atrium at Treetops in Hyattsville closes, Arundel Mills kiosk selling fake Apple products
 
 
 
 
 
Ragin' Cajun roller coasterComing in 2014, Six Flags America will introduce a new Mardi Gras section of the park along with the addition of two exhilarating new rides. Ragin’ Cajun, a spinning, fast-track roller coaster, will be the theme park’s 9th roller coaster. Ragin’ Cajun will be joined by a new family-friendly, flying ride dubbed French Quarter Flyers. Both attractions will be located in the festive new Mardi Gras section of the park.  
 
Atrium and West Bowie Village HallCouples who booked ceremonies and receptions at the Atrium at Treetops in Hyattsville to take place after October 2013 are left having to find another venue.  The Atrium’s law firm, Harris Law Firm in Wash., DC,  issued a statement saying that Atrium at Treetops has “lost the right to conduct business” at the location.  Customers can have their payments transferred to another location, West Bowie Village Hall, but that location is reportedly not honoring the same deals that were purchased at Atrium at Treetops; more money is being required to obtain the same services secured at the Atrium.  Please click on the photo to the left.  Looks like there’s a bit of a difference in the venues.  
 
IPhoneI don’t buy anything of value from those electronics kiosks at malls.  I mean, it’s fine if you just want a cover for your phone but please only buy Apple, Hewlett Packard, Lenova, and Microsoft products at reputable vendors.  Y’all know that stuff is counterfeit as the Nike (wink-wink) athletic gear being sold by sidewalk vendors. WJLA reported, “Maryland State Police officials recovered hundreds of counterfeit Apple products last week in a raid at a mall in Anne Arundel County.  Troopers raided a Cyberion store and an ST Tech Pros kiosk at Arundel Mills Mall on Aug. 23, recovering 24 counterfeit iPhones and hundreds of fake Apple parts and accessories. State Police officials, who consulted with Apple officials to determine the authenticity of the items, estimated the total value of the counterfeit items at $89,000.  Investigators will turn their information over to the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s Office, which will determine any potential charges.  No arrests have been made.
 
 
 
 

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I’ve been in the Atrium and for it to be smack dab middle of office space, it is quite impressive. The food was actually good there also. too bad.

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