Don’t bother making any other plans for this Friday, July 18 between 5-9pm, because the only place you need to be is at Freddy’s Bar (627 5th Avenue), where they’ll be hosting their first ever Doggie Fashion Show! This Friday marks the first of several Summer Strolls, where 5th Avenue will be shut down to
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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
Rapidly expanding Corner News Media, which runs four hyperlocal news sites in Brooklyn, is looking for energetic interns to cover stories this summer ranging from local politics to transportation issues to resident profiles. The ideal candidate is a self-starting multimedia journalist who thrives on hitting the streets and finding news. Interns will work closely with experienced
We’ve got a three-day weekend already underway — safe travels if you’re headed out of town, but if you’re sticking around, here’s what you need to know: • Looking for something fun to do? Check out these weekend events. • Best bet of the weekend: The annual Memorial Day concert at Green-Wood. • If you want to head out
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. •
Keep up to date with the neighborhood all week by subscribing to our newsletter, liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter and Instagram, joining our Flickr group, and if you have questions or tips, emails us at email@example.com. Now for some of the stories you might have missed: • See why we’re so glad Freddy’s Bar & Backroom moved to South Slope. •
Keep up to date with the neighborhood all week by subscribing to our newsletter, liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter and Instagram, joining our Flickr group, and if you have questions or tips, emails us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Now for some of the stories you might have missed: • Meet T.J. O’Connor, the chef behind Pauline and Sharon’s Pizza on 4th Ave. •
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Do you love Park Slope, and have a desire to share that love while helping to make your neighborhood a better place for everyone who lives here? Is it hard for you not to notice when a new business is opening, or take a million photos even though it’s the millionth time you’ve walked down
Keep up to date with the neighborhood all week by subscribing to our newsletter, liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter and Instagram, joining our Flickr group, and if you have questions or tips, emails us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Now for some of the stories you might have missed: • We have some of the best neighbors in Brooklyn! • Ring in
If you’re sticking close to home this New Year’s Eve (Tuesday, December 31), our South Slope bars are ready to help you start 2014 off with a bang. All events have free admission, and the bonus of being close enough to home that you may not have to find a cab at the night’s end!
It’s time, once again, for a peek inside some of the open houses that are taking place around the neighborhood this weekend. Check ‘em out and let us know what you think. 466 15th Street, between 8th Avenue and Prospect Park West Price: $565,000 ($296 Common Charges, $454 Monthly Taxes) Size: 1-bed, 1-bath Open House: Sunday, December 15,
From art and movies to jingle bells and badass animals, we’ve got a weekend full of spectacular events taking place around the neighborhood: Opening Reception For 9th Annual Small Works Show When: Thursday, December 12, 6pm to 9pm Where: 440 Gallery, 440 6th Avenue, between 9th and 10th Streets What: Great things definitely come in small packages at 440
Still looking for something to do this weekend? Brooklyn Holiday Book Fair When: Saturday, December 7, 11am to 5am Where: Old Stone House, 5th Avenue, between 3rd and 4th Avenue What: If you’ve got a book fan in your life, don’t miss the second annual holiday book fair, featuring rare, vintage, and out-of-print books from independent book sellers
You’ve only got three more weeks to take advantage of the P.S. 295 Farmers Market before they close up shop for the winter. This Thursday, be sure to explore the exotic world of tatsoi, which the market says is like the “kale of bok choy.” Not sure what to do with your newly discovered greens? Give this