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0 No Mail, No Alternate Side Parking, And More To Know On Labor Day
We hope all our neighbors are enjoying a final summer sendoff this Labor Day. If you’re sticking around the area, here’s some information from the city on what’s open, what’s closed, and what’s running on a different schedule: • Government offices and courts are closed on Monday, September 1 in observance of Labor Day. • There is
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0 South Slope Rewind
Keep up to date with the neighborhood all week: Subscribe to our newsletter, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, join our Flickr group, and if you have questions or tips, email us at editor@southslopenews.com. Now for some of the stories you might have missed: • New Pre-K spaces open at former
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0 Brooklyn News Roundup
After a busy week, here’s a chance to catch up on some of the news happening outside of our neighborhood! We’ve pulled together some of our favorite recent stories from our sister sites, as well as some other fascinating pieces that are worth a read this weekend: Sunday’s your last chance to check out 18th
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0 New Hebrew Afterschool Program At Windsor Terrace Y
IAC Keshet is a Hebrew after school immersion and dual language program for Hebrew speaking and non-Hebrew speaking children ages 3.5 and older. The first program of its kind in NYC will be offered at Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace this fall. See below for registration information. Keshet is the Hebrew word for  “rainbow” and it’s also a Hebrew
Real Estate
0 South Slope Rental Roundup
In the market for a new rental? We’ve found four gems that boast everything from private backyards to exposed brick and original finishes. Check out the details below: 7th Avenue, between 9th and 10th Streets Price: $1,800 Size: Studio, 1-bath Details: If you’re looking for a studio right smack dab in the middle of everything, check
Animals
0 Adoptable Pet Of The Week: Baby The Dog
There’s something extra wonderful about adopting an older dog — she’s not going to require the work that a puppy will, and we kind of think she’ll know and appreciate that though many people are on the hunt for a young pup, you were kind enough to give her a chance. And if any dog
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JuiceLand Makes Its Debut On 9th Street

Calling all juice fans! Austin-based JuiceLand recently opened their first Brooklyn store in the former We Buy Gold space on 9th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. The bright space is small, with only a few seating options near the back wall, so don’t plan on hanging around for a leisurely morning at the juice
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Cool, Sad Time Lapse Video Of Kentile Floor Sign Coming Down

Well, the Kentile Floors sign has been completely removed, and while the Gowanus Alliance figures out what to do with it next, Vine user Martin Pavely created a pretty awesome, if a little depressing, time lapse of it coming down. But hey, like we said, it’s not all sad — check out this neat, up-close
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Adoptable Pet Of The Week: Baby The Dog

There’s something extra wonderful about adopting an older dog — she’s not going to require the work that a puppy will, and we kind of think she’ll know and appreciate that though many people are on the hunt for a young pup, you were kind enough to give her a chance. And if any dog
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Permanent Records To Open In BrooklynWorks At 159

Exciting news for music fans: Permanent Records, the Greenpoint record store that recently lost its lease, will be opening a new space inside of BrooklynWorks at 159, the co-working space that’s a bit over a year old. According to their website, they’re aiming to open the shop on October 1. Gothamist spoke with Permanent Records
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South Slope Rental Roundup

In the market for a new rental? We’ve found four gems that boast everything from private backyards to exposed brick and original finishes. Check out the details below: 7th Avenue, between 9th and 10th Streets Price: $1,800 Size: Studio, 1-bath Details: If you’re looking for a studio right smack dab in the middle of everything, check