Free wobbly chair on President Street, if anyone is interested. Just needs a little TLC. 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 15, 2013
We spotted a tweet from the New York Blood Center this morning, that said the city’s community blood supply is dangerously low. According to the New York Blood Center: Many blood drives have been cancelled because of accumulated or predicted snowfall, many donors haven’t been able to make scheduled donation appointments due to the weather,
When describing her writing process, local author Yona McDonough likens herself to a bluejay, collecting observations and details from her daily life– “little scraps,” she calls them– and reworking them in her fictional worlds. In A Wedding in Great Neck, her latest novel, she tells the story of an affluent family as they gather in Great Neck
Last week, many houseowners in the neighborhood received a letter from the city’s Department of Environmental Protection about sewer maintenance and signing up for a protection plan serviced by American Water Resources. Many wondered, should we sign up? Why? Sewers are not really on most people’s mind until the basement has backed up. So we decided to ask
Open houses are hanging out in the North Slope corner this weekend, with a floor-through two-bedroom, a junior one-bedroom, and some studios that are small in size but big in charm. Check them out! 300 Eighth Avenue #3N at Third Street Open House: Sunday February 17, 2:00-3:30 p.m. So I know it’s only a studio, but I
Movie lovers, mark your calendars. Barbès has announced the Spring program for its monthly film series Ciné Barbès, and it kicks off this Sunday at 5:00 p.m. with a screening of Sweetgrass. The documentary, an “unsentimental elegy to American West,” follows some of the last modern cowboys as they lead their flocks of sheep up the through Montana’s mountains. The