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Here’s what you may have missed this week:
• Cue the montage music: we’re saying goodbye to Urban Alchemist, Noella Brew Bar, Galaxy Comics (on Seventh), Get Reel Video, and El Jalapeño…
• IKEA shoppers can look forward to increased B61 service.
• Start training now– Prospect Park races are coming up.
• If you’ve got an idea for a community development project, convince State Farm Neighborhood Assist that it’s worth $25,000.
• Bloomberg launched a new resource for NY-based startups.
• Do you know where you’re getting your produce this summer?
• Looking for work? Can’t beat these commutes.
• Belleville Bistro is going through some changes.
• Learn how to make miso soup at home!
• Littlefield is hosting a benefit for young Ethiopian women aging out of the orphanage system. Great music, awesome cause: don’t miss it.
• A trapped Park Slope cat named after a Pokémon character was rescued by spelunkers from Long Island, so, you know, same old.
• Park Slope rent is high!
• Our most industrious neighbors might actually be these preteens.
• And, finally, our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Billy Donald Alexis, a man who brightened the lives of countless others.