South Slopers enjoying the first night of the 22nd Street Holiday Light Spectacular. 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 11, 2012
It’s official, The Holiday Light Spectacular is back, with their 2012 installment, North Pole’s Got Talent. Per the group’s Facebook page: Themeatricals Inc. is proud to present our 5th annual Holiday Light Spectacular – North Pole’s Got Talent – the longest and brightest Spectacular to date. We would like to officially invite everyone to stop
The South Slope Holiday Craft Fair is Saturday, December 15, at PS 10 (511 Seventh Avenue), and with over 50 artists, many who are from the Brooklyn area, selling their wares, it’s shaping up to be an amazing event for the whole family. What can you expect? Craft workshops, face painting, and live music performances
A nice deal for military service members who have been thinking of getting inked: Leathernecks, located at 667a 5th Avenue, is offering you 20% off tattoos through January 1 (and 10% off for civilians). If you’re looking for some ideas, it’s hard to go wrong with Sailor Jerry tattoos. Call 718-499-9ink to schedule an appointment. Photo via
Sad news, trivia fans. Tuesday night trivia at Johnny Mack’s is officially on holiday hiatus. No need to panic, though, because they’ll be back on January 8, to ring in the new year with factoids that are sure to challenge and amaze. If you can’t wait until January to share your stash of useless knowledge
David and Laura Shea, the owners of Applewood, moved upstate to try their hands at farming. Tonight, you can taste what they’ve been hard at work growing, and talk to them about their experiences, at the first Meet-the-Farmer Dinner with Applewood Farm: Over the past five months, a wide variety of their herbs and vegetables
City Councilmembers joined with transit advocates and MTA riders this afternoon to call on MTA and DOT to install “bus clocks” at bus shelters throughout the city. The digital clocks, which are being used already in many subway stations with much success, would give real-time arrival information and a more reliable way of knowing exactly