Tanglewood Works

We say goodbye, and we say hello, hello, hello

January 10, 2019

By HEATHER WRIGHT — As 2018 ebbs away, we take this opportunity to look across the expanse of the receding year, reflecting on what we as a community lost and what we gained. Goodbye In 2018, we said goodbye to a number of people who served the City of Hyattsville long and well. In July, two [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]

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]

PHOTOS: Riverdale Winter Farmers Market

January 29, 2015

BY CAROLINE SELLE – The Riverdale Farmers Market continues to run on Thursdays from 3 to 7 p.m. in its new winter space. On Jan. 29, vendors occupied the righthand side of the building while market goers ate at tables and listened to music by Chris Ousley of the Bumper Jacksons to the left. [read more]

Tanglewood Works launches in Community Forklift

October 10, 2014

by Marcel Warfield Tucked away inside the Community Forklift is a new business focused on turning trash into treasure. Tanglewood Works, a project of the Edmonston-based salvaged and surplus building goods “thrift store,” offers repurposed and upcycled goods created by Sue Older-Mondeel. [read more]
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