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- Several Hyattsville Restaurants Get Noticed
- Ginn's Warehouse Gets a Graffiti Sendoff
- How Route 1 Honors Jim Henson
- Meet the Winners of the Best of Route 1 Poll
- Cajun Restaurant Headed to Hyattsville
- Hyattsville Macy's Adds New 'Backstage'
- Café Saint-Ex Owner Coming to Mount Rainier
- Elevation Burger Offers Halal Beef
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Tag Archives: Brentwood
A new apartment complex will be the greenest yet along Route 1. Studio 3807 in Brentwood will have solar panels on the roof that will reduce consumption by almost 80 percent and charging stations for electric cars in the garage. It will be built … Continue reading
A Brentwood apartment project will transform a section of Route 1. Construction is underway at Studio 3807, located kitty-cornered from the volunteer fire department on Rhode Island Avenue, with apartments slated to be available to rent in spring of 2018. The … Continue reading
By next year, you’ll be able to rent a bike and take it from Riverdale Park to Mount Rainier—or even all the way into D.C. The popular bike-sharing program Capital Bikeshare will install stations on a stretch of Route 1 by … Continue reading
“Stories of Image Becoming,” by artdc Gallery’s Grayson Heck in collaboration with Melissa Glasser, was screened Saturday at the Brentwood Arts Exchange.
Hyattsville resident Erwin Timmers doesn’t just work in glass, he teaches it. A longtime glass artist who specializes in recycled material, Timmers is the co-founder of the Washington Glass School in Mount Rainier. He’ll be speaking at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Brentwood … Continue reading
Alonzo Davis was featured at the Montpelier Arts Center in October. The Hyattsville artist, who works with bamboo, paper and cloth, had more than 50 of his kites on display at the arts center. In an email interview with the … Continue reading
Busboys and Poets in Hyattsville is hosting a discussion about the local gay community. The free event is part of “Conversations in the Corridor,” a monthly meet-up between activists and community members to talk about life in the Gateway Arts District … Continue reading