Tiny home communities are a yet-untapped affordable housing option in Maryland – Baltimore Business Journal
Guys, this year’s #HyattsvilleArtsFestival is the 10th year. Sat Sept. 23rd. Here’s some throwback from 2015. Time flies when you’re having fun.
Mama, look we on TV! #BurstingOnTheScene #Hyattsville HYATTSVILLE, MD — Residents of Hyattsville came together on Saturday afternoon to paint a community mural at the West Hyattsville Metro station. The event, called “Bursting on the Scene”, had over 35 people help paint two murals onto the walls of an underpass leading into the station. The … Read More
? Tanglewood Works pops up in Arts District for the holidays Hyattsville Life & Times – 11/10/16 by Brianna Rhodes ustin Fair, the Economic Development Coordinator for Hyattsville Community Development Corp, said he believes that the Tanglewood Works pop-up shop has a lot to offer to the Arts District and the city of Hyattsville. She … Read More
“Flu bugs UM”16 Sep 2009 by Kelly Brewingston Excerpts Justin Fair, a senior from Woodlawn, stops to make a call outside the University of Maryland Health Center, where he visited because he has bronchitis. Baltimore Sun photo by Algerina Perna Justin Fair, a 21-year-old senior from Woodlawn, said the masks are necessary and he thinks … Read More
2013 Rainbow Report – September 10 University of Maryland, College Park Please don’t forget to “like” and “follow” us: Facebook- www.facebook.com/equitycenter o 11:30am to 1pm, 2218 Marie Mount Hall . Bring your lunch; we’ll bring the conversation and fun! This week’s lunch will be an informal discussion about LGBTQ international human rights movements. Spirituality through … Read More
By Courtney Gwynn (View full article online on WJLA NewsChannel 8) This Saturday, arts and crafts, live performers, and tasty local food will be in one place. It’s all for the Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival. Justin Fair, the Hyattsville Community Development Corporation Economic Development Coordinator was joined by Charles Reiher and Monna Kauppinen, two … Read More
New site to collect coverage of Route 1 corridor. By Michael Theis (view article online on Patch) The Gateway Arts District has launched a new blog to highlight news and social media coverage of life along Maryland’s southern Route 1 corridor. It’s the latest in a series of steps taken by the Gateway Arts District … Read More