Daily Archives: January 15, 2013

Photos Gate at Associated Supermarket
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Snappy new gates were installed on the old Associated Supermarket, and Unisex Hair Salon spaces yesterday (17th Street and 5th Ave) Both were gutted by fire in 2010. Don’t know about you, but we’re dying to know what’s going to move in there. Have a neighborhood photo to share? Send it to editor@southslopenews.com, add it to the South
Art & Music Breakfast Club - NPR
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You know you long for those days of yore when bad perms and Ferris Bueller reigned supreme. Whether you’re a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess or a criminal, there’s a place for you at Mary’s Bar this Wednesday, as they celebrate the decade of decades, the 1980′s. The Bad Reputation Party kicks off
Animals Cookie
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Look at that adorable fluff muffin! 9 month old Cookie is vaccinated, spayed/neutered and looking for a good home. Call Carmel at 917-921-0910 for more information. Around two-years-old, vaccinated, neutered, and FIV/FELV negative, Fredrich is also looking for a new family. Call Park Slope Veterinary Center at 718-369-7387 if you’re interested in bringing this young
Education School Busses
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School bus drivers in New York City will go on strike beginning tomorrow morning, leaving many local kids without a ride to school, and parents scrambling to figure out alternative options. The conflict between the union and the Department of Education began when the city announced it would open up bids for routes transporting special-needs
Kids & Family BPSA - 5th Brooklyn Scouts
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Park Slope father Todd Schweikert was faced with a dilemma. He knew that he wanted his son to have the same long-lasting and fulfilling experiences that he had growing up as a Boy Scout, but he also knew that he couldn’t support an organization built on discrimination. So, he did what a true pioneer would do: