Lucky lady Rebecca Marciano met the man of the day! “He was so nice!” she says. Swoon. Captured a Park Slope moment on camera? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, add it to the Park Slope Stoop Flickr group, or tag it #parkslope on Instagram, and we’ll post it on the blog.
Daily Archives: January 3, 2013
Back in July, the MTA announced plans to reverse many of its 2010 “Doomsday” cuts, and it looks like they’re making good on the promise. The service restorations, outlined over at Gothamist, are many, and one does affect us in the Slope. With the help of $17.8 million in service investments, weekend service of the B69
Noella Brew Bar is looking for a new addition to their barista team. The cafe is looking for someone with open availability, full or part time, with barista experience. Stop by with a resume, or call to speak with Flannery or Samantha at (718) 636-0424. Noella Brew Bar is located at 72 Seventh Avenue between Lincoln &
Well, we did it. We got through the holidays. Did you guys have fun? Was it relaxing and rejuvenating and everything you needed? I certainly hope so. Now, after easing into work with this 3-day week, we’re back to normal– preparing for a regular weekend with just as many fun and local opportunities as usual.
Carroll Street is already filling up with ladies hoping to catch a glimpse of Zac Efron, but if Tom Selleck is more your speed you might want to casually linger around the block on Wednesday, January 9, when Blue Bloods will be filming. And if none of that is exciting, you unfortunately still need to move
The brand new 5th Brooklyn Scouts will be holding its first Open House for all interested parents and children on Wednesday, January 9, from 6-8pm at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. The group is a charter of Baden-Powell Service Association, an alternative, community-oriented, and fully-inclusive scouting program, with no children or adults turned away. The
The new year is here and it’s getting colder. It may feel strange to start talking baseball but, if you’re going to strap on cleats in warmer weather, it’s near time to start thinking about the spring. Sign ups for the South Brooklyn Baseball League are now open. The league offers indoor training for softball and baseball