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Daily Archives: February 25, 2013
Did anyone catch how beautiful it was this morning? So sunny, so not-freezing. If work kept you inside, don’t feel too bad. There’s plenty of fun to be had after the sun goes down. Here are our picks for this week’s events. Monday: Tonight at Union Hall, notable Hampshire College alumni are gathering for an evening
The cupcake masterminds at Butter Lane are finally opening their classes up to the Park Slope community. Beginning this Tuesday February 26, the 7th Avenue bakery will offer weekly two-hour lessons in making cupcakes the Butter Lane way. The classes are beginner-friendly and will cover three cupcake recipes (three different cakes and icings), instruction in working kitchen
The Fifth Avenue BID has released the brand new edition of their handy All About Fifth guide. The booklet features a full listing of the avenue’s businesses, a calendar of the year’s events, profiles of prominent community members and leaders, and a directory of elected officials. Pick up a free copy while traveling along the
State senators Daniel Squadron and Martin Malavé Dilan announced on Friday that the MTA will launch a full line review of the G train, comprising an extensive inspection of service issues now through June 2013. Both senators urged the agency to review the train’s performance in a letter from January 27, pointing to “concerns about infrequent trains,
Another week, another batch of store closings. Both B’nai Tzedukah Thrift (66 Fifth Avenue) and La Vedette (43 Fifth Avenue) have signs in their windows announcing their upcoming closures. They seem to still be open, and are even promoting everything-must-go sales, but both were closed during their normally scheduled hours on Sunday. B’nai Tzedukah has