Daily Archives: January 10, 2013

Animals prospect park geese via instagram
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Photo by Bianca Carosio. Captured a Park Slope moment on camera? Send it to editor@parkslopestoop.com, add it to the Park Slope Stoop Flickr group, or tag it #parkslope on Instagram, and we’ll post it on the blog.
Police & Fire jesse morales via facebook
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67-year old Jesus Morales was killed on Wednesday evening in a robbery on 18th Street. According to police reports, he was approached by a thief around 7:15pm and pushed to the ground, cracking his head on the sidewalk. Police responding to the call found him lying on the sidewalk between 5th and 6th Avenues with
News Mil's Trills
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Mil’s Trills, the family-friendly act from ukelele aficionado Amelia Robinson, is kicking off its 2013 line-up with Everyone Together Now: The Third Annual Winter Bash. Stop by Littlefield on Sunday, January 27, to watch Amelia and her band as they perform interactive tunes, and then enjoy the arts & crafts or try your luck with some raffles. Tickets ($12-40)
Art & Music capricorn bday bash via spoke the hub
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We’ve been enjoying some beautiful, sunny days in Park Slope this week, but unfortunately it looks like our luck changes tonight. Avoid the rain this weekend at any of the many worthwhile events. Here are our picks for the best. Thursday, January 10 •  Stay late at the Brooklyn Museum tonight and listen to project
News yoga via bend and bloom
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Healthy 2013 continues, and this time we’re broadening the scope of exercise beyond gym memberships. We heard a bit about the health benefits of practicing yoga from Deborah Olarte yesterday, and luckily for us, Park Slope offers plenty of classes for both beginners and more advanced students. Ready to focus on your breathing? Here’s the
Green bioswales via NYC DEP
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It’s been over two years since NY Department of Environmental Protection released the NYC Green Infrastructure Plan. The plan proposed methods of improving water quality that combined “green infrastructure,” such as swales and green roofs, with investments to improve the existing system. At the Park Slope Civic Council’s Trustees Meeting on January 3, director of capital planning
Events camp jumping via facebook
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Child-rearing seems to be a bit like the fashion world in that you always need to be thinking one season ahead. Do you know where your kids will spend their summer? CBE can help you figure it out at their 7th Annual Brooklyn Jewish Overnight Summer Camp Fair, this Sunday, January 13, from 1-3pm. Representatives from over