See Who Won!
- Old Maryland Grill Prepares for August Opening
- Several Hyattsville Restaurants Get Noticed
- Meet the Winners of the Best of Route 1 Poll
- Ginn's Warehouse Gets a Graffiti Sendoff
- Kapnos Taverna Headed to College Park
- How Route 1 Honors Jim Henson
- Hyattsville's New Comic Hero Playground Opens
- Hyattsville Macy's Adds New 'Backstage'
- High-End Red Door Spa Comes to College Park
- Cajun Restaurant Headed to Hyattsville
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Tag Archives: public art
Hyattsville’s latest public art will be going away soon. A group of nearly 50 graffiti artists tagged the former site of Ginn’s Warehouse in West Hyattsville earlier this month as part of a temporary art project visible from the Green … Continue reading
Jim Henson has three separate memorials along the Route 1 corridor. The creator of the Muppets spent his early childhood in Leland, Mississippi, which has a small welcome center with educational displays, memorabilia and a gift shop. But his family … Continue reading
Hyattsville’s latest piece of public art is in an unexpected spot: Traffic signal boxes. Using grants from Prince George’s County, the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation has commissioned colorful art to be wrapped around 11 traffic signal boxes from Adelphi Road … Continue reading
Volunteers from around the community and beyond helped paint a mural at the West Hyattsville Metro this weekend. More than 400 people came to listen to music, do children’s activities and pitch in to finish the latest piece of public … Continue reading
The West Hyattsville Metro is getting a new mural, and you can help. On Saturday, May 20, two professional muralists will lead the public in a paint-by-numbers exercise to complete a mural on both sides of an underpass at the Metro … Continue reading
Who makes the best coffee? Where’s the best playground? What’s the best place to go to yoga, listen to live music or eat Sunday brunch? For five years, we’ve been giving you tips on the best things to do along the … Continue reading
Route 1’s newest piece of public art is a giant blue bear. Located at the entrance to Riverdale Park Station near the Whole Foods, the stainless steel and urethane sculpture is an instant landmark, especially helpful at what will eventually … Continue reading
Cafe Azul added some outdoor art to its Arts District space. The Venezuelan restaurant along Route 1 brought in Baltimore street artist Michael William Kirby to add three new paintings to its exterior. Previously, the space had signs up advertising the … Continue reading
Hyattsville’s next piece of public art will be a former satellite dish. According to the Hyattsville Life and Times, a satellite dish that once belonged to Prince George’s County’s first cable TV franchise will be converted into artwork by Mount Rainier … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting mini-documentary on the Gateway Arts District which we just ran across that features some local artists and civic leaders.