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Washington Post “Going Out Guide” features Hyattsville

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Posted on: October 23, 2014

In an article called “How to spend $40 in Hyattsville,” Holley Simmons described the neighborhood:

Head northeast out of the District along Rhode Island Avenue and, after passing Bloomingdale, Eckington and Brookland, you’ll hit Hyattsville, a well-established arts community in Prince George’s County. The easy route, coupled with a strong preservation association, makes Hyattsville an ideal jaunt from the city and a pleasant place to call home.

Hyattsville-area stops along the way included Vigilant Coffee, Green Owl Designs, Franklin’s, Spice 6, Shortcake Bakery, Community Forklift and the art you can easily find around town for free.

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