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Daily Archives: June 5, 2014
It’s looking like a great weekend to hang out in the neighborhood, whether you’re looking for a take on fatherhood from accomplished authors, a chorale concert, or a chance to sing yourself. Details on those events and more: When I First Held You: Writers On Fatherhood When: Thursday, June 5, 7pm Where: Community Bookstore, 143 7th
Summer is now upon us! With warmer and longer days ahead, we have more activities to look forward to at Prospect Park this year. It’s time to break out swimwear because the water play area at Lakeside is officially open! To help spread the word, Lakeside hosted a Mommy Bloggers event this past Tuesday to
All that shuttle bus business along the 2 and 4 lines is off this weekend, but you’ll want to watch out again along the F and G lines, which are skipping some local stops — but not the entire weekend. Details from the MTA: Jamaica-bound F trains run express from Avenue X to Jay St-MetroTech
Work is underway at 416 5th Avenue, between 7th and 8th Streets, to transform part of a former video store into a new dental office. The architect at the space, Just Architecture — which also worked on the adjacent medical office — tells us that the this part of the old Hollywood Video, which has