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Daily Archives: January 30, 2013
Neighbor, artist, and reader Mike Wolf got in touch recently to reveal himself as the mastermind behind the late President Street tree stump. He was kind enough to provide us with some insight into its creation, his feelings on its removal, and a pretty nifty self-portrait. Are you sad about the removal of the tree
Fourth Avenue has been named as one of the areas that will be receiving aid as part of the TD Bank and Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce citywide entrepreneurial project. Back in November 2012, TD Bank Group, along with TD Charitable Foundation, donated $200,000 to the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce to help start the Citywide Neighborhood
Are you guys so pumped for Super Bowl Sunday? Who are you rooting for? Do you know who’s playing? (Full disclosure: I didn’t until yesterday!) Whether you share the stance of a close friend who insists that it is the “most important holiday of the year,” or you just love wings and beer, it is a day
Park Slope takes its coffee seriously. Each of our many venues adds its own personal style in coffee, menu, entertainment, and ambiance for the varied needs of our diverse community. Whether you’re a serious coffee drinker, toddler-toting parent, or just need to find a place to spend the afternoon on your laptop, Park Slope has
Mid-winter recess is just around the corner. Do you have plans for the kids? The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music suggests their Music Adventures Mid-Winter Festival: Join Music Adventures Lead Teacher Brian Barrentine for an interactive 2-hour session each day, featuring singing, instruments, movement, art and snacks. We’ll be jamming, crafting, and cooking our way around
Barnes & Noble’s top store executive Mitchell Klipper has told the Wall Street Journal (subscription required) that the company will be closing at least 20 stores a year over the next decade. It isn’t a drastic change from the average of 15 annual store closings that have occurred since 2003, but usually these are offset by the