arts district

PHOTOS: Final Friday Art Walk

November 2, 2017

BY LINDSAY MYERS — The final Friday Art Walk went off without a hitch last Friday night, October 27, 2017. The Friday Art Walk initiative was a series of community events celebrating Hyattsville artists and businesses. Participants followed a glowing path through the alleys from Green Owl Design [read more]

Handmade for each other: Tanglewood Works and the Arts District

January 24, 2017

BY HEATHER WRIGHT — A few weeks after opening her Tanglewood Works pop-up store at 5132 Baltimore Avenue for the holiday season, Sue Older-Mondeel knew she was on to something. The pop-up could stay up. Tanglewood Works, recipient of first place honors in the 2016 Washington City Paper’s [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]

Fox 5’s ‘Zip Trip’ coming to town Friday

August 10, 2016

BY KRISSI HUMBARD — FOX 5’s “Zip Trip” segment, which highlights some of the best spots to visit around DC, is coming to Hyattsville! Join FOX 5 “Good Day DC” Anchors Maureen Umeh, Allison Seymour and Tucker Barnes on Friday, Aug. 12 at 5151 Baltimore Avenue from 7-11 [read more]

Confusing signs cause towing woes in Arts District

April 6, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT — On March 22, a pleasant Sunday evening in Hyattsville, some visitors from a Washington, D.C. neighborhood found themselves in a pickle. Kurt Larson said his family was visiting the Shoppes at Arts District for the first time when their car was towed from a street marked with [read more]

New Arts District parking lot propelled forward by design funds

February 11, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT — On Feb. 2, the Hyattsville City Council approved more than $81,000 for engineering design services from Stantec Consulting Services for a new city parking lot on Hamilton Street in the Arts District. The site of the new lot, which will be located at 4505 and 4508 Hamilton [read more]

One hour parking spots new to Arts District shops

January 5, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT — New additions to the Shoppes at Arts District are several one hour parking spaces. In the lot next to 30 minute parking reserved for Yes! Organic Market customers, patrons will now find signs indicating other spots are limited to one-hour [read more]
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