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- Kermit the Frog Spotted in University Park
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- Route 1's Habit Burger Has a Secret Menu
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Tag Archives: Hyattsville Public Library
Hyattsville’s new public library will hold an official groundbreaking at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 19, at 6530 Adelphi Road in Hyattsville. Located on the same lot as the old library, the new 40,000-square-foot building will be one story, with … Continue reading
Hyattsville Library Independent Film Series – a Cultural Exchange Dolores (2017) The life of Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the first farm workers union. Mon., Sept. 24, 2018 7pm – 9pm University Christian Church, 6800 Adelphi Rd., Hyattsville
Some women named Mary have contributed to the beauty of the world, while others are infamous for notorious reasons. Nevertheless, women named Mary made history. The Mary exhibit and presentation will highlight many famous women named Mary from around the … Continue reading
You might say 2017 was the year of the Route 1 corridor’s rebirth and even more is set to come. Last year saw a number of major openings, decisions and changes to the corridor, bringing to fruition a years-long effort … Continue reading
Before the old Hyattsville public library goes, a librarian decided to pay a final visit. In an episode of “Hard Hat Librarian,” Prince George’s County library system manager Michael Gannon gives a deadpan tour of the historic library, set to be … Continue reading
The Hyattsville public library has moved to a temporary location ahead of its demolition. The temporary library is located at 6502 America Boulevard, in a first-floor space across from Bonchon at University Town Center. Construction is set to begin this … Continue reading
No one knows exactly where the saucer will land, but it’ll have a home. The funky saucer canopy at the Hyattsville Public Library has been spared and plans drawn up by an architectural firm for the county show it relocated and … Continue reading
It looks like the saucer will be saved, but the library behind it will not be. According to an article in the Gazette, the architects in charge of designing a new public library in Hyattsville will keep the iconic entryway. But, … Continue reading
Will the saucer at the Hyattsville Public Library be saved? We’ll soon hear what 10 architecture firms think should be done. Prince George’s County is asking architects on contract to put together concept designs for the library, according to the … Continue reading
Chain stores and restaurants provide most of the free Wi-Fi networks in Hyattsville. A survey by the Hyattsville Wire of local public Internet hotspots found that most of them are provided by national chains, especially around Prince George’s Plaza. That … Continue reading