Taken by Carryboo, from the window of Animal Kind Veterinarian Hospital (365 7th Ave). Have a neighborhood photo to share? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, add it to the South Slope News Flickr Group, or tag it #southslope on Instagram, and we’ll post it to the site.
Daily Archives: December 21, 2012
Yes, we’re all over our heads in the Christmas crunch right now, but it’s important to remember that New Year’s Eve is also closing in fast. Why go stand like a herd of cattle in the middle of Times Square, when you can enjoy fabulous evening right here in South Slope? Here’s our list of
There is nothing worse than being sick over the holidays, but if your little one does wake up on December 24 with a humbug, South Slope Pediatrics will be open from 8am to 2pm. The office will also be open on New Year’s Eve from 8am to 2pm.
Congratulations are in order for South Slope’s very own Owl Farm (297 9th Street). The bar received a nod from L Magazine this week, in their 2012 list of best new Brooklyn bars. Craft beer continues its ascent in Brooklyn with this, the latest watering hole from the owners of nearby Mission Dolores in Gowanus.
Before our first visit to A Shoe Grows in Brooklyn (419 7th Ave) yesterday, we honestly thought it was just a kid’s shoe store. Not so! If you’re looking for last minute gifts, this place is stocked with some pretty fabulous choices. Kelly Robertson and Joy Saunders were kind enough to give us a tour of
…and we feel fine. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, the so-called Mayan apocalypse is here, and there is little fire and brimstone to be seen. We did speak to a few neighbors yesterday, though, to hear their thoughts on December 21, 2012. Concerned Citizens of Greenwood Heights founder, Aaron Brashear, rightly noted that, “It’s already