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Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009

Lowe’s down dirty crime

Park Slope: Here’s a nifty way to get the construction material you need: Steal it from Lowe’s! Plus, all the crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment.

Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009

Rejection! State’s highest court turns aside anti-Yards case

Atlantic Yards: The state’s highest court has ruled against a group of landowners and tenants inside the Atlantic Yards footprint, a major victory for developer Bruce Ratner and state officials who had been sued on the grounds that they had abused their power of eminent domain. Comments (24).

Slopers in guilt trap as restaurants shortchange deliverymen

Dining: First, Park Slope residents had to feel bad about eating non-organic food and having a high carbon footprint. Now, they even have to confront their liberal guilt when ordering in. Comments (20).

The bucks stopped there

Dining: Here are all the restaurants named by the Labor Department for allegedly underpaying workers and deliverymen. Comment.

Bitter taste at Slope coffee bar

Dining: There’s nothing “Regular” about this sibling rivalry at Cafe Regular on 11th Street. Comments (5).

Monday, Nov. 23, 2009

Paul Auster is back with another mystery

Books: The Park Sloper’s new book, “Invisible,” is not about a character that can’t be seen, but rather about the moments in a life that fly under the radar. Clearly, it’s not autobiographical. Comments (2).

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Thursday, Nov. 19, 2009

Dog pile on Ratner — another Yards suit is filed

Atlantic Yards: A welter of community groups and politicians joined the legal pile-on on Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards project on Thursday, claiming in a lawsuit that the state shirked its duties by approving major modifications to the project over the summer without a review of the environmental consequences. Comments (16).

Subway suicide drama in Park Slope

Park Slope: F and G train service in Brownstone Brooklyn was disrupted for two hours this morning after a man jumped in front of an incoming train at the Seventh Avenue station at around 7:35 am. Comments (1).