Daily Archives: January 9, 2013

Police & Fire Police

UPDATE 11:26pm: The NYPD reports that they responded to a report of a robbery at 260 18th Street at about 7:15pm Wednesday, where they discovered a man identified as 67-year-old Jesus Morales of Merrick, Long Island, with head injuries. He was transported to Lutheran Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. Police say that an unknown suspect shoved
History Gettysburg

From the 8th Avenue side of the Armory. 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 No Pants

It’s always been a little tiny dream of mine to be part of an Improv Everywhere stunt. I wouldn’t be able to participate in it (because that might actually be my nightmare) but having it happen around you sounds great. Imagine just going through the day, stuck in the drudgery of routine, and then suddenly being surrounded
Food & Drink Ronna Welsh

Ever find yourself staring at a bowl of raw onions, and thinking, “What in the world am I going to do with that?” Ronna Welsh, of Purple Kale Kitchenworks (221 20th Street), has a few ideas up her sleeve. Ronna offers a series of workshops that help both novice and professional cooks alike, change the way
Events CPR Class SS Pediatrics

South Slope Pediatrics (501 5th Ave) will be holding a FREE Infant/Toddler CPR Class, lead by 16 year CPR veteran, Debbie Scaccia, on Saturday, January 19, from 10:15am to noon. To register, visit the South Slope Pediatrics Facebook page, post that you would like to attend the free CPR class, and whether or not you
Education Giocare Playschool

Still searching for one of those coveted preschool spots? Don’t panic, because you’ve still got a few options out there. One that we left off our initial preschool post, was Giocare Playschool (279 18th Street). Giocare has two final open houses scheduled for Friday, January 11, at 1pm, and Tuesday, January 15, at 8pm. All applications