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Park nope: Park Slope residents create petition to protest planned family shelters

Park Slope: More than 200 people have signed a petition protesting the city’s plan to open homeless shelters at two neighboring Park Slope developments, hoping to rally enough community opposition to persuade the city to call off the shelter plan before finalizing its agreement with the properties’ owner. Comments (1)
Music: You can cross that bridge later — for now, stay underneath it! Comment
Standing O: Lisa Radcliffe launched PunkinFutz when she was trying to find creative solutions for her own kids’ adaptive needs. Comment
Standing O: Locals celebrated the park stewards’ history with a special presentation in Fort Greene Park on May 15. Comment
Standing O: The health fair at PS 31 on May 4 taught kids and parents the ABCs of keeping fit. Comment

Kings carny: ‘Brooklyn Abridged’ circus show debuts in Manhattan

Theater: They fly through the borough with the greatest of ease! Comment

Letters to the Editor: Southern bike lane debate rages online

Letters: City officials must reconsider their plan to build a bike lane along the Southern Brooklyn coast, according to Bensonhurst civic gurus, who called the city’s current proposal unsafe because it lacks proper protection for cyclists on car-heavy roads. (“Bensonhurst civic leaders push DOT to reconsider bike lane plan” by Aidan Graham, online May 17). Comments (17)

Braking: Police arrest Clinton Hill subway saboteur

Clinton Hill: He’s off the rails! Comments (5)
Dyker Heights: They’re sailing into another Fleet Week. Comment
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