Daily Archives: January 23, 2013

Photos konditori chalkboard via k8lovejoy
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Photo via k8lovejoy 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.
Events australian flag via ed 37
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Australia Day is this Saturday, January 26, so let’s deal with the cold by pretending we’re in a much warmer place. Where better to do that than Sheep Station? The Australian bar and restaurant will be celebrating with a day-long affair, with food specials including braised lamb shank, sausage rolls, and Lamingtons (traditional chocolate and
Food & Drink duke of montrose via fb
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High-end Scottish whisky pub Duke of Montrose is looking to open its doors mid-February, according to co-owner Michael Ferrie. The sister bar to the Upper East Side’s Caledonia was originally slated for a January opening but, as Michael tells us, “These things always seem to take longer than you expect.” No matter. We’ll happily wait a
Art & Music robert lopez via jeff marx
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The Observer recently reported that filmmaker Rory Kennedy has officially sold her family’s “blandly beautiful” townhouse to “musical powerhouse couple” Robert Lopez (pictured above, on right) and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. The home, located at 33 Montgomery Place, sold for $3.45 million, which is a decent jump from the $1.5 million it cost in 2004. And though we’re sad to see
Food & Drink sun in bloom pancakes via fb
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Sensitive to gluten? Enjoying dessert, a sandwich, or slice of pizza is not impossible and can actually be delicious thanks to some wonderful neighborhood restaurants and businesses that don’t mind “holding the gluten.” For people who suffer from a gluten allergy or celiac disease, gluten intake can lead to severe weight loss, iron deficiency, malnutrition
Art & Music father goose inc via hip tot
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Parents, mark your calendars! The Hip Tot Music Fest is back on Sunday, February 10 at 12:30pm at Littlefield with a performance by Grammy winner Father Goose. The former DJ brought his talents to the children’s entertainment world twelve years ago, and now his reggae-inspired and energetic sound keeps the kids dancing. Get to Littlefield early to catch all of the pre-show