Business

Hyattsville’s Small Business Saturday shopping guide

November 24, 2016

BY KRISSI HUMBARD — Did we miss something? Know of a local sale or event going on this season? Let us know. Tanglewood Works Tanglewood Works offers holiday gifts, artisan-made furniture, hand painted furniture, artistic lighting, handmade jewelry, upcycled textiles and yummy candles and skin [read more]

Tanglewood Works pops up in Arts District for the holidays

November 10, 2016

BY BRIANNA RHODES — Dumpster Diva Sue Mondeel is bringing upcycling to the Arts District in Hyattsville for the holidays. Mondeel, the owner of Tanglewood Works in Edmonston, recently opened a Tanglewood Works pop-up shop on Route 1, across the street from Franklin’s Restaurant. Mondeel hosted [read more]

Innovative partnership opens new health center

September 26, 2016

BY MARIA D. JAMES — Doctors Community Hospital has partnered with La Clínica del Pueblo to provide preventative and specialty care at a new location in Hyattsville. The clinic, located at 2970 Belcrest Center Drive, Suite 301, which is adjacent to the Prince George’s Plaza Metro station, [read more]

Neighborhood barbershop celebrates 75 years of service

August 28, 2016

BY PEGGY DEE — City officials and residents gathered on Thursday, Aug. 25, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Queens Chapel Barber Shop, located at 3108 Hamilton Street. Customers from all walks of life who frequented the shop were in attendance for the celebration. Celebrated persons in [read more]

Last-minute school shopping expected during Tax-Free Week

August 12, 2016

BY PRECIOUS DORCH-ROBINSON — Soon retail stores will be jam-packed and wall-to-wall with customers lined up for Tax-Free Week. It starts Sunday, Aug. 14-Saturday, Aug. 20 and stores are gearing up for customers’ arrival. Tax-Free Week includes apparel and footwear that is $100 or less. [read more]

Vigilante culture — more than just coffee

August 11, 2016

BY MARK GOODSON — Free coffee and espresso drinks were some of the many attractions at Vigilante Coffee Company’s two year anniversary in Hyattsville. Founder Chris Vigilante and crew wanted to express their appreciation to the city. “Hyattsville taught us about community,” said [read more]

Young restaurateur brings West Coast-style fare to Hyattsville

August 8, 2016

By MARIA D. JAMES — Take the design of your typical Mexican burrito and add the ingredients of a sushi roll, and you’ll understand the concept behind Hyattsville’s newest restaurant to come to University Town Center. Sushiredo & Teriyaki, located at 6450 America Blvd, Suite 103, is [read more]

Bike to Work Day highlights local businesses

June 22, 2016

BY SCARLETT SALEM— The morning sun shone bright as area organizations and businesses partnered for the annual DC Bike to Work Day (BTWD) in recognition of National Bike Month, which is celebrated each May. The National Bike to Work Week was held from May 16 to 20 and was sponsored by The League [read more]
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