arts district

Gateway CDC celebrates 20 years of arts-focused revitalization

December 21, 2017

BY ROSANNA WEAVER — “Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges through ART” was the theme of a gala held Nov. 9 to celebrate 20 years of the Gateway Community Development Corporation (Gateway CDC) and its role in creating arts-driven revitalization of the Route 1 Corridor. (The Gateway CDC works [read more]

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]
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