Reader and frequent contributor Steven McGill sends another beautiful view our way, this one from 9th Street and 8th Avenue. Thanks for the shot! Captured a Park Slope moment on camera? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, 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: February 7, 2013
It’s coming! Emergency alerts about the impending blizzard hit (some) smartphones at around 4:00 p.m. and people are reacting and preparing. Gr8 minds think alike! Rt #snowmygod see the #nyc weather advisory text?!Might have 2 make run 2 liquor store;hot toddy time! @bklyncontessa — Kim and Nicole (@achildgrows) February 7, 2013 On my planet, when
It seems that the school bus strike is affecting more than just the schools. Neighborhood marionette theater Puppetworks has lost an estimated 70% of its business to the strike and is now facing possible closure. The theater, which hosts public shows on the weekend but relies on school trips throughout the week, has seen a
So Nemo is coming, and people are in full-on storm preparation mode. Even La Bagel Delight has a sign on the door urging people to stock up on bagels. (What is the recommended amount of storm bagels for a single woman? Six? A dozen? You know what, I’ll get a couple dozen just to be
PS 118, the elementary school opening this fall at 211 Eighth Street, announced this morning that it will be called the Maurice Sendak Community School in honor of the late children’s book author and Brooklyn native. The name was chosen by principal Elizabeth Garraway and parents of future students. According to DNAinfo, Sendak’s originality and
If you know of any young folks doing extraordinary things in the community, Brooklyn Community Board 6 wants to know about it. Every year, the board’s Youth/Human Services/Education Committee honors children and teens who have worked toward improving the quality of life within our neighborhoods, whether through direct action or as a positive role model
Word on the street is we’ll be getting some more snow this weekend, and while it may be the source of some hassle it does tend to turn Prospect Park into a veritable winter wonderland. What better time to join the Urban Park Rangers for a Nature Exploration Hike? Meet up with the Rangers at the Picnic House