Happy Independence Day to all our South Slope neighbors! We hope you enjoy a fun and safe holiday! There are some changes to look out for today — here’s what you need to know: Here’s what you need to know: • Government offices, courts, and Department of Motor Vehicle offices are closed Friday, July 4.
Sticking around the neighborhood this Fourth of July and looking for a place to grill and kick back with some friends? If Prospect Park seems like it might be too crowded, Freddy’s Bar (627 5th Avenue) is here to help with its free BAR-B-Q this Friday starting at 3pm. The venerable crew at Freddy’s will once
Wishing all our neighbors a peaceful Memorial Day, however you chose to commemorate the holiday. We’re off today, but will be back tomorrow. As always, please feel free to email us any news tips, story ideas, photos, questions, and more to email@example.com! Photo of the Civil War Soldiers’ Monument at Green-Wood by starz723
If you’re hanging around the neighborhood this Memorial Day weekend, we’ve put together a list of places and services that will either be closed or operating under a limited schedule on Monday, May 26: • Government offices and courts are closed. • There is no mail delivery. • All city public schools are closed. •
Kick off summer and commemorate Memorial Day with the 16th annual concert at Green-Wood Cemetery on Monday, May 26 at 2:30pm. The concert features the ISO Symphonic Band, led by founder and conductor Brian P. Worsdale, which will play the works of Green-Wood’s permanent residents Fred Ebb, Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Leonard Bernstein, and many others. The
St. Thomas Aquinas (9th Street and 4th Avenue) and Holy Family (13th Street, between 4th and 5th Avenues) walk their annual Way of the Cross procession around South Slope. Snap any South Slope photos lately? Share them with us! Add them to our Flickr group, tag them #southslope on Instagram, or email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll post them on
The last time we sat on a Park Slope rooftop and watched the Macy’s 4th of July fireworks show over the East River was in 2008, but we can get ready for the return of the summertime tradition as Mayor de Blasio and Macy’s are expected to announce their return to our side of Manhattan
Passover is almost here, and if you’re already planning a wine list, consider ordering from Manhattan’s 67 Wine. The store has teamed up with our very own Park Slope Jewish Center (1320 8th Ave, between 13th and 14th Streets) for a fundraiser this year, and in addition to offering some fantastic bottles, will give 10% of
Hope everyone has a fantastic night, but just in case your night gets a little TOO fantastic, here are some of our local experts offering up a bit hangover help. You’re welcome. Photo by The Dram Shop. Snap any neighborhood photos lately? Share them with us! Add them to our Flickr group, tag them #southslope on Instagram, or email them to
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Whether you called in sick to partake in a little daytime drinking, or are planning to let loose this evening, today is definitely one of our booziest holidays. Why go for a predictable green beer, though, when you could shake things up with a specialty cocktail? We recently caught up with
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The Brooklyn St. Patrick’s Day Parade returns for its 39th year on Sunday, March 16, and neighbors are invited to come celebrate all that is Irish, as bands, bag pipes, step dancers, and more take to the streets. Prior to the parade’s big start, a “re-dedication ceremony” to 9/11 heroes and victims will take place in
Get ready for music, dancing, face painting, puppets, costume contests, and more at the Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace (1224 Prospect Avenue at Vanderbilt Street) from 10:30am to 12:30pm on March 16, as they celebrate Purim with a family-friendly masquerade ball. Admission is free, and there are fabulous prizes to look forward to if you’re
If you’re looking for a crazy cute way to show your valentine that you care this week, look no further than the Wildlife Conservation Society. The group has a series of Valentine’s Day cards on their website that you can email to your sweetie. Best of all, they’re free! The Wildlife Conservation Society operates the
Whether you’re looking for gift for your sweetheart, or perhaps a little deal on something for yourself, the Park Slope Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District is hoping you’ll “Love, Shop, Eat, and Drink Local” this Valentine’s Day. They’ve organized a Valentine’s Week celebration, which started on Monday, February 10. Just look for red tinsel hearts on the doors of some