Is it just us, or is Santa looking a little lascivious in his role as the jewelry salesman? Have a neighborhood photo to share? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or add it to the South Slope News Flickr Group, and we’ll post it to the site.
Daily Archives: December 10, 2012
If your business is ever featured on a television show titled, ‘My Big Fat Greek Nightmare,’ things are not going well. Athena Restaurant (535 6th Ave) turned up on The Food Network’s Restaurant Stakeout last week, and it looks like there’s a significant amount of familial turmoil bubbling beneath the avgolemono. The show, which plants
Another place to pick up some unique gifts this week is the Brooklyn Mercantile Pop-Up shop, which will feature items from local artists, vintage home decor, plus fabric, ribbon, and craft supplies that are on sale up to 50% off. The shop is at 47 Windsor Place between 7th and 8th Avenues, and it will
Celebrate the season with Greenwood Park (555 7th Ave) this Wednesday, at their Christmas tree lighting party. Santa will kick things off at 6:30pm with free hot chocolate. How much you wanna bet the jolly old elf starts hitting the mulled wine early? Photo via Greenwood Park
If you haven’t started your Christmas shopping yet, not to worry – our neighborhood is loaded with gift options for everyone from Hammy Hamster to Grandma. We decided to check out 5th Avenue to see if we could find 10 gifts that were each $10 or under, because nobody wants to max out the credit
You see them every day, but how much do you really know about your local barista? This morning, we stopped in to say hello to Andy Schulz at De Luxe (410 7th Avenue). Where are you originally from? I was born in Piqua, Ohio. Do you live here in the neighborhood? No, I live in Brooklyn
Tickets to purchase the new Nike Air Foamposite One “Stealth” were released Sunday, and shoe fans at the Foot Locker on 14th Street and 5th Avenue were lined up around the block. We were initially impressed with the crowd’s dedication, as they stood in the rain waiting for, not the actual shoe, but a ticket