Photo by Sara Mitra, who says, “Bright doors are the best doors.” We tend to agree! Captured a Park Slope moment on camera? Send it to email@example.com, 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 17, 2013
Stop by the Brooklyn Lyceum this Saturday, January 19 to check out Canvas, a day-long celebration of arts and entertainment for all ages. Presented by Oxheart and The Gowanus Circus, the event runs from 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and features visual art, face painting, circus, live music and burlesque performances. City Stomp Live headlines the Kid’s
What a week. How are you all feeling? Half of the people I know have been taken with the flu and the other half are living in fear of getting it. Let’s forget we’ve ever even heard the word and go have some fun this weekend. Thursday January 17 • Songstress Dulce DeLeche brings some burlesque
Park Slope was given the Brooklyn Exposed treatment in the blog’s list of 17 Under-the-Radar spots on Fifth Avenue. Though some oft-overlooked choices make sense (Uncle Barry’s, Luck Thai, and B’nai Tzedukah Thrift) others on the list are a little more baffling. One commenter responded in disbelief over inclusion of The Gate (“It has been there for years
Good news! Punderdome 3000 is now accepting applications for the position of Human Clap-O-Meter in next month’s competition. Applicants “must be able to: (1) hear, (2) discern subtle differences between “OOH La La” and “Punderful,” and (3) have the emotional fortitude to withstand crowd disapproval.” Compensation includes a free drink ticket and “adulation,” as well as
Over two months after Hurricane Sandy hit, the House of Representatives has approved a $50.7 billion emergency bill to provide help to its victims. The aid package passed 241 to 180 on Tuesday, with 49 Republicans supporting it alongside 192 Democrats. Of the $50.7 billion, $17 billion will go toward transit and relief aid and