Daily Archives: December 20, 2012

Photos Collecting
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Have a neighborhood photo to share? Send it to editor@southslopenews.com, add it to the South Slope News Flickr Group, or tag it #southslope on Instagram, and we’ll post it to the site.
Events Holding Hands, via Flickr
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Senator Eric Adams is coordinating a public response to the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, and a call for gun control reform this Sunday, December 23, with Hands Across the Brooklyn Bridge. The meetup for Brooklyn will be at Cadman Plaza Park (near Tillary Street) at 4:15pm. The march begins at 5:00pm. The Senator asks that
Education Upgrade to 124 Laptops
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We posted a story back in October about P.S. 124 teacher, Paul Conrad, and his Donor’s Choose effort to raise $1,077.49 for student laptop upgrades at the school. The coolest part of this story was not so much that Mr. Conrad reached his goal in around 24 hours, but that the kids were planning on
Events city stomp
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From gingerbread to carolers, there’s plenty to do around South Slope this weekend. These are our top picks. Thursday, December 20 Come out to Barbès (376 9th Avenue) this Thursday, and listen to Andy Statman play, what the New York Times calls,”Modern American music with ancient mysteries at the core.” Show starts at 8pm, and there
Art & Music Civic Virtue installation, via Green-Wood Historian's Blog
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Welcome to Brooklyn, Civic Virtue! The well-traveled and not always well-liked statue arrived at its new standing point in Green-Wood Cemetery on Monday, December 17, and Green-Wood historian Jeff Richman has photos of the installation. The Daily News says it took a crew 12 hours to remove the sculpture from its base at Queens Borough Hall, adding
Jobs Soigne
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Do we have any experienced cooks out there looking for work? Soigne Restaurant (486 6th Ave), who was recently mentioned in Eater’s year-end best of list, is looking for a line cook/prep cook to start immediately. If interested, email your cover letter and resume to soignebrooklyn@verizon.net. Photo via Soigne Restaurant
Shopping park_slope_parents_baseball_jersey
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Admit it. You’ve been walking around the Slope thinking, “I wish there was somewhere that I could score some sweet Park Slope Parents gear.” Friends, your wait is finally over. Park Slope Parents has officially launched a CafePress site, offering everything from t-shirts and onesies, to iPhone covers and dog hoodies. Merry Christmas. Image via