Hyattsville Community Development Corporation

Local businesses participated in business workshop series

July 11, 2015

BY JACKITA D. BASS — Last fall, the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation (CDC) held a free series of eight workshops and one-on-one consultations to support local businesses. The series titled “Serving the Emergent Market” was funded by the Prince George’s County Department of [read more]

Vigilante Coffee now open, grand opening July 19

July 11, 2014

Updated July 11, 2014, at 10:40 a.m. The much-anticipated new Vigilante Coffee location is now open. Although the grand opening for the roastery and cafe  is July 19, owner Chris Vigilante says, “We’re in our soft opening right now and next week.” Cafe hours are 8-2 p.m., [read more]

International string ensemble has Hyattsville connections

April 15, 2014

BY JENNA HECKER — The Auryn Quartet, a string ensemble formed in 1981, has played at concert halls and music festivals around the globe, from New York to Edinburgh to Salzburg. Its April 9 performance, “Schubert, Schubert and Beethoven,” was held in a relatively humble setting: First [read more]

Arts festival evolves and grows

October 15, 2013

BY GRETCHEN BRODTMAN — The myriad of 70 colorful booths, the clean modern lines of the newly completed Palette apartments, and the vibrant music combined to make the Sixth Annual Hyattsville Arts Festival a clear success. The event was held on September 14  throughout the Shoppes at Arts [read more]

Hyattsville Arts Fest showcases art in all its forms

October 10, 2012

BY LAUREN FLYNN KELLY — Recycled, repurposed, vintage, handmade and 100 percent eclectic were the themes of the day at the Fifth Annual Hyattsville Arts Festival, which took place on September 22 in the city’s Gateway Arts District on Jefferson Street at Baltimore Avenue. Organizers estimate [read more]
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