Daily Archives: February 1, 2013

Photos bank tower and boat
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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.

Real Estate 309 3rd street via corcoran
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It’s another slow weekend in the open house world, but we’ve got a few locations offering private sanctuary in the middle of some busy hubs. 221 Fifth Avenue #4A at President Street Open House: Sunday February 3, 2:00-4:00 p.m. This two-bedroom apartment is being sold by the owner (no brokerage commissions will be paid, the…

Food & Drink Pork Slope koozy
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Exciting day for beer fans: the Brokelyn Beer Book is back, and then some. This year, they’ve expanded into two books, which can be purchased on the site for $30 each, containing between the two of them 60 coupons for a beer at 60 bars around the borough. That’s just $1 per beer! Math! Among…

Food & Drink 7th avenue gourmet
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7th Ave Gourmet, a.k.a. Ace Supermarket, will now be open 24 hours a day. The market did some rebranding throughout 2012, adding a deli counter and bakery, and maintaining an extensive beer selection. The extended hours are good news for those who refuse to settle when it comes late night snacks. 75 Seventh Avenue at…

News flatiron flooding credit jana k hoffman
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You might want to avoid the N/Q/R lines for a bit. After a major water main break near Broadway and E. 23rd Street, the Flatiron District has turned into a giant river,reportedly flooding nearby basements and subway stations. From the MTA: Service Change  Posted: 02/01/2013 11:26AM Due to a water condition at 23 St Station: There is no  and  trains in both…

News ed koch
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Former Mayor Ed Koch died of congestive heart failure early this morning at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. He was 88. Koch served New York for three terms, spanning 1978 to 1989. Though his policies met criticism especially toward the end of his tenure, he is credited with pulling the city out of financial crisis and admired for his…

Art & Music baby music class via katie scheele
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If you’re looking for a fun and enriching way to spend a Saturday morning with your little one, check out these two new family music programs, each celebrating their first session on February 2. 1. Katie Scheele’s Baby & Me Music Class Local musician and mom Katie Scheele is teaching a music class for babies…