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Daily Archives: February 18, 2013
How was everyone’s post-Valentine’s weekend? Romantic? Cathartic? Ice cold? I know it was almost-warm on Saturday, but last night’s temperature drop has wiped it clear from my memory. This week is bringing a lot of comedy to the Slope, with a little bit of trivia and existential discourse peppered in. There’s something for everyone! Check
Park Slope United Methodist Church is getting ready for this weekend’s 20th Anniversary Book Sale. Get a first look at the goods this Friday, February 22 from 7-9 p.m. at the Evening Preview Sale (entry $20). Otherwise, stop by Saturday (9 a.m.- 5 p.m.) or Sunday (12:30-5:00 p.m.) to browse thousands of books, CDs, DVDs, records, and a specially
After what has seemed like a very long wait, Just Salad has finally opened its doors! I stopped by the salad bar this morning to check it out, and, being a Just Salad newbie, I was given a tour of the process. When you get to the bar, you can choose from one of their many
The MTA has announced that the B61 bus service will be adjusted in response to increased demands on the route. From DNAinfo: During the morning peak hour, there will be one additional peak trip that will reduce waiting time from 9 minutes to 8 minutes. At the 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. period, two more
Some construction has started at 81 Fifth Avenue (at Prospect Place), and a tipster tells us it’s in preparation of a new Jamaican restaurant. The posted permits are for electrical work, and according to the NYC Buildings Department, the first floor is being renovated as a “space for eating and drinking.” So it will definitely
Urban Alchemist, the artsy gem of a store tucked away on 5th Street, will be closing for good on March 2. Part shop and part gallery, the spot has been run by a design collective since 2008, and served as a place for local artists and designers to sell their unique wares. The store will