The view this afternoon on 4th Avenue at 15th Street. 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: January 10, 2013
Jesus Morales, known to most has Jesse, was a prominent fixture in our South Slope community for more than 20 years. Though he lived in Merrick, Long Island, his business was here, Ramirez Travel, located at 579 5th Avenue. The website for the travel agency states that “our customers are treated like members of our family.”
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the above wedding band, which was stolen during the Jesus Morales homicide on 18th Street last night. Police say this ring, and possibly his wallet and some other personal effects, were taken by the suspect who, according to the 72nd Precinct, was seen by three
Listen to records, hear songs about silly creatures, cheer for a team across the pond, and a few other ways to spend the weekend in South Slope: Thursday, January 10 Why sit and home listening to your records alone, when you can bring them to Greenwood Park (555 7th Ave) and spin them for the whole
The Monro Pub (481 5th Ave) is hosting a book launch party for Gwen Thompson’s Men Beware Women, a book about a man whose love of English novels and Shakespeare is set against his love of an actress who left him behind for a role in New York. Join the Brooklyn-based author for a British-themed party,
Things are looking a little shaky for Sweet Treasures Bakery (588 5th Ave). We spotted papered up windows this morning, and a sign that says the business is closed temporarily. We attempted to call the owners, but there was no answer. Let’s just hope this isn’t the end for the young bakery, who only opened