Can anyone name which restaurant this pig so loyally guards? (Photo via Khadine) 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: February 13, 2013
We’re coming up on a big moment here at Park Slope Stoop. Over at Facebook, we’re edging closer and closer to 400 likes and we couldn’t be more excited. 2013 has started out really strong, in no small part because of you guys and your feedback and interaction. So thank you! And keep it coming. Please
If someone asked you what Park Slope and Slovakia have in common, would you guess that the answer is homicide rate? In the New York World Homicide Map, the 2012 homicide rates of each precinct are compared with rates in countries around the world, as compiled by the United Nations. At a rate of 1.64
It’s time again for Poker with Jokers, the popular fundraiser that has players compete against comedians and performers in a Texas Hold’em tournament. The event benefits 826NYC, the famously quirky non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students aged 6-18 in their creative and writing skills through free tutoring and workshops. This year’s jokers include Ira Glass, Michael
We know that you’ve all been on the edge of your seats, waiting for Part 2 of our energizing round up of coffeehouses in the Slope. A lot of walking was required, a great deal of coffee was consumed, and a slight twitch was developed from too much caffeine. But here it is, Park Slope–the
Sandy may have cut mid-winter recess short, but the kids still have two days off next week. Looking for a way to keep them busy? Some of our favorite local spots have organized fun, creative, and educational activities to fill Monday and/or Tuesday. Brooklyn Arts Exchange, 421 Fifth Avenue at 8th Street BAX is offering two
It’s tax season and the Brooklyn Public Library wants to help. If you’re struggling with all of your various forms and deductions (hey, freelancers!) you can find some guidance at the Central Library, where tax assistants are available to help prepare and e-file your returns. And it’s free! To use the program you must earn