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Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008

Park goes to pork

Brooklyn Angle: Our columnist loves barbecue, but not at the expense of Prospect Park, which saw a massive spike in illegal grilling this summer. Comments (1)

Making it ‘Grand’

Art: Grand Army Plaza is a traffic nightmare — but starting next week, it’ll host a tantalizing exhibition of what might lie in store. Comment

‘Matrimony’ author wed to Slope

Books: Park Slopers may feel like they’re married to Park Slope author Joshua Henkin over the next two weeks. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008

It’s crime blotter day in The Brooklyn Paper!

Park Slope: If it’s Wednesday, that must mean it’s crime day at BrooklynPaper.com, so find your neighborhood below or start in Park Slope, where a gunman gives a driver the fright of his life. Comments (1)

Lots of bike thefts

Prospect Heights: Crooks were stealing bikes all over last week — plus the other crime news from Prospect Heights’s 77th Precinct. Comments (5)

Pork store no has been; A&S to reopen in the Slope

Shopping: The fat is no longer in the fire for the beloved A&S Pork Store in Park Slope, now that the venerable shop has announced it will move within the sausage-loving neighborhood rather than close. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2008

Back to school!

Park Slope: Kids head back to schools — and The Brooklyn Paper is there. Comment

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