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News Magnolia tree blooming on Garfield Place
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Keep up with neighborhood news all the week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter. And if you ever have any news tips, story ideas, questions, or anything, email us at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • Here’s where to get the biggest pizza
News spring flowers on 9th Street
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Keep up with neighborhood news all the week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter. And if you ever have any news tips, story ideas, questions, or anything, email us at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • Everything you need to know about organic
News Trippy roses by etymologyjewelry on Instagram
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What a long strange stem it’s been. Photo by etymologyjewelry. Take any photos in Park Slope lately? Send them to editor@parkslopestoop.com, add them to the Park Slope Stoop Flickr group, or tag them #parkslope on Instagram, and we’ll post them here. Also, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and subscribe to our daily newsletter!
News Branches by Jasmin Singer
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Keep up with neighborhood news all the week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter. And if you ever have any news tips, story ideas, questions, or anything, email us at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • Meet neighbors Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan
News Grand Army Plaza Arch in Winter
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Keep up with neighborhood news all the week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter. And if you ever have any news tips, story ideas, questions, or anything, email us at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • The Modern Chemist brings 4th Avenue a
News Con Ed pre-sewer project work map
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You know how occasionally during a really heavy downpour parts of the area near 4th Avenue flood in a serious way? Well it looks like the Department of Environmental Protection’s $9.4 million project to help alleviate the pressure on the storm sewer system is gearing up at last. Community Board 6 shares a letter from Con
News Outdoor Seating Patio at Postmark Cafe in Early Spring
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We had our first taste of spring this week, and we saw people all across the neighborhood soaking up the sun! That’s not the only story from the past week, of course, and to keep up with neighborhood news throughout the week, be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter.
News Park Slope Roads: 9th Street in Winter
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Keep up with neighborhood news all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, sign up for our daily newsletter, and email us with questions, news tips, story ideas, or anything at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • Congratulations to our local Oscar winners! • We might be even
News Clocks by Stitch on Flickr
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Before you go to bed on Saturday night, remember to change your clocks! Daylight saving time begins at 2am on Sunday, March 9, which means you are going to lose an hour of sleep as you roll back the clock, but hopefully you’ll enjoy that little bit of extra daylight at the end of the
News House Clouds
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Hope you’re all enjoying the first weekend of March (doesn’t feel like it does it?), and are bracing yourselves for even more snow… Keep up with neighborhood news all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, sign up for our daily newsletter, and email us with questions, news tips, story ideas, or anything at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look
News Spring, Is That You? Chalkboard
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Keep up with neighborhood news all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, sign up for our daily newsletter, and email us with questions, news tips, story ideas, or anything at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • Albert Cabbad, who owned a business on 5th Ave for nearly 50
Events income tax
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Need a little help preparing your tax return this year? If you are a low- or middle-income taxpayer, there are two programs at the Central Library (10 Grand Army Plaza) that can help. NYC Dept. of Consumer Affairs Office of Financial Empowerment Tax Assistance What: Prepare your taxes online at the library with free help
News Window Hearts
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Keep up with neighborhood news all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, sign up for our daily newsletter, and email us with questions, news tips, story ideas, or anything at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • Todd Drezner is working on In Transit, a new documentary about traffic.
News Berry cold by mark on Instagram
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Keep up with neighborhood news all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, sign up for our daily newsletter, and email us with questions, news tips, story ideas, or anything at editor@parkslopestoop.com. Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week: • A man was shot in the leg on 6th Avenue in broad
News Rendering via New York Methodist Hospital
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New York Methodist Hospital’s application for a variance to construct its proposed new Center for Community Health at 505-525 6th Street will be reviewed by the Board of Standards and Appeals at a hearing on Tuesday, February 11. The BSA will review the plans, and has the authority to approve or reject the zoning variance. The most recent
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