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0 Donate Your Used Books To The Park Slope Library Book Sale
Did you enjoy a ton of summer beach reads, and now you’re realizing your bookshelves could get a little lighter? Consider donating your old tomes to the Park Slope Library for its fall book sale. The Friends of Park Slope Library will be accepting donations for the upcoming sale at the library, located at 431 6th Avenue on the corner of 9th Street. Bring gently
Kids & Family
0 Playtime In Park Slope: Upcoming Children’s Events
Looking for some fun things to do with the whole family this week? From a storytime series starting up again in a local cafe to a Harvest Festival in the park, there’s a lot of cool stuff coming up in the neighborhood. Details on those and more kid-friendly events: Babies & Books When: Wednesday, September 24,
Events
0 Weekday Fun: The Best Events September 22-24
We’re officially heading into autumn today, and there’s a celebration at Grand Army Plaza to welcome the new season — but just because summer’s over, it doesn’t mean there aren’t still lots of events going on around the neighborhood, from trivia to tours and more: Drumming In The Dark: Sunset Equinox Celebration When: Monday, September 22,
Business
0 Luke’s Lobster To Open On Friday
Get ready to put on a bib and [clam]belly up to the bar when the Park Slope location of Luke’s Lobster opens this Friday, September 26 at noon, bringing draft beer and a backyard with it. The new space, located at 237 5th Avenue between Carroll and President, will serve its standby lobster roll — prepared
Transportation
0 Changes To Local Subway Lines This Week
This week isn’t looking too bad for those who may be riding our local subway lines late at night — just a few things to look out for, via the MTA: 4 trains run local in both directions between Grand Central-42 St and Brooklyn Bridge Late nights, beginning 12:01am, Tuesday to Friday, September 23-26 Allow
Art & Music
0 “The Intern” Filming Some More In The Area
Fewer parking spaces and even more possible Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway sightings are possible this week as the film The Intern, directed by Nancy Meyers, will be back to shoot in our area yet again this week. They took over much of 7th Avenue when they filmed here in June, and a few neighbors spotted De Niro, who plays an intern who
News
0 Brooklyn News Roundup
After a busy week, here’s a chance to catch up on some of the news happening outside of our neighborhood! We’ve pulled together some of our favorite recent stories from our sister sites, as well as some other fascinating pieces that are worth a read this weekend: The Flatbush Frolic is this Sunday – which
Real Estate
0 Park Slope Open House Picks
Looking for a new place to call home? We’ve rounded up a few places that are for sale and are hosting open houses this weekend, and have broken down the offerings below. What do you think? 457 9th Street Open House: Sunday, September 21, 11am-1pm List Price: $3,350,000, via Corcoran Details: Though there are no photos yet of
Business
0 “Henrietta’s” Ghost Sign Revealed On 9th Street
The 9st Laundrette Cleaners recently closed at 334 9th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, after nearly 20 years in business, and now that the awning has been removed, it’s revealed an old ghost sign for a long-gone business. The outline of the letters are for Henrietta’s, a bridal gown boutique, which we know was there, but
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Luke’s Lobster To Open On Friday

Get ready to put on a bib and [clam]belly up to the bar when the Park Slope location of Luke’s Lobster opens this Friday, September 26 at noon, bringing draft beer and a backyard with it. The new space, located at 237 5th Avenue between Carroll and President, will serve its standby lobster roll — prepared
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Donate Your Used Books To The Park Slope Library Book Sale

Did you enjoy a ton of summer beach reads, and now you’re realizing your bookshelves could get a little lighter? Consider donating your old tomes to the Park Slope Library for its fall book sale. The Friends of Park Slope Library will be accepting donations for the upcoming sale at the library, located at 431 6th Avenue on the corner of 9th Street. Bring gently
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Playtime In Park Slope: Upcoming Children’s Events

Looking for some fun things to do with the whole family this week? From a storytime series starting up again in a local cafe to a Harvest Festival in the park, there’s a lot of cool stuff coming up in the neighborhood. Details on those and more kid-friendly events: Babies & Books When: Wednesday, September 24,
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FDNY Investigating Mysterious Odor On Sterling Place

UPDATE: After we checked back in, the FDNY tells us they closed this case out, but they were unable to confirm the smell with us, saying it was “just some other kind of odor” and noting they did not investigate it further. EARLIER: The FDNY says it responded to a call about a smell of
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“Henrietta’s” Ghost Sign Revealed On 9th Street

The 9st Laundrette Cleaners recently closed at 334 9th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, after nearly 20 years in business, and now that the awning has been removed, it’s revealed an old ghost sign for a long-gone business. The outline of the letters are for Henrietta’s, a bridal gown boutique, which we know was there, but
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Luke’s Lobster To Open On Friday

Get ready to put on a bib and [clam]belly up to the bar when the Park Slope location of Luke’s Lobster opens this Friday, September 26 at noon, bringing draft beer and a backyard with it. The new space, located at 237 5th Avenue between Carroll and President, will serve its standby lobster roll — prepared
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Park Slope Open House Picks

Looking for a new place to call home? We’ve rounded up a few places that are for sale and are hosting open houses this weekend, and have broken down the offerings below. What do you think? 457 9th Street Open House: Sunday, September 21, 11am-1pm List Price: $3,350,000, via Corcoran Details: Though there are no photos yet of
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Changes To Local Subway Lines This Week

This week isn’t looking too bad for those who may be riding our local subway lines late at night — just a few things to look out for, via the MTA: 4 trains run local in both directions between Grand Central-42 St and Brooklyn Bridge Late nights, beginning 12:01am, Tuesday to Friday, September 23-26 Allow
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Park Slope Stoop Sales: September 20-21

It’s still stoop sale season! With a nice, cool weekend ahead of us, this should be a good one take a walk and find some bargains in the neighborhood. Here are a few that are coming up: Where: 426 5th Street, between 6th & 7th Avenues When: Saturday, September 20, 9am-1pm What: If you’ve got a fast-growing teen,