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Pork store gets smoked

Pork store gets smoked

You can say this pork is well-done. Comments (1)

Classic ‘Frock’

Classic ‘Frock’

Shopping: It’s August and the heat and humidity are still on the rise. But for Lexi Sacchi, the buyer for Frock, a new vintage boutique in Park Slope, it’s almost time to break out the winter threads. Comment
The discovery of the dead body of a homeless man inside Prospect Park early on Wednesday is being investigated as a homicide, cops said. Comment

A ‘path’ to safety

A ‘path’ to safety

Prospect Park’s bridle path got some much-needed grooming on Tuesday — a long-overdue Band-Aid for what some horse owners say is an equine booby trap. Comments (2)

An Rx for the Slope

An Rx for the Slope

Parenting: They say a spoonful of sugar will help the medicine go down, but when that won’t work, Park Slope parents can turn to KidsRx. Comment

‘Best Painting’

Books: When art writers Deanna MacDonald and Geoff Smith set out to write their book, “100 Best paintings in New York,” they knew from the get-go that our borough would be a great place to visit. Comment

Artful spreads

Artful spreads

Art: A group of Brooklyn quilters are redefining the way we think of the folksy blankets with their latest show, “Stitch by Stitch: Works in Fabric,” on display now at Brooklyn College. Comments (4)

It’s Police Blotter Day in The Brooklyn Paper

Crime: If it’s Wednesday, it’s time to look for your neighborhood and click for all the latest crime news. In Park Slope, a woman robbed a supermarket with a 10-year-old accomplice — plus all the other crime news from the neighborhood’s 78th Precinct. Comments (4)

Gunplay at Underhill bodega

Crime: A counterman at an Underhill Avenue bodega got the fright of his life when an enraged man showed off a black handgun and screamed, “I’m going to kill you!” on July 24 — then slashed him with a knife. Plus all the other crime news from Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct Comment

Pols on park repairs: Wait til next year!

Twenty angry parents let two City Councilmembers have it on Tuesday afternoon, accusing the lawmakers of breaking their promise to renovate an outdated, unattractive and unsafe Windsor Terrace playground. Comment

Can you help find Mushkah?

All of the South Slope is trying to help find this lost cat. Comments (1)

A ‘Bonnie’ good time! Youth squad heads to World Series

A group of pre-teen sluggers is going from Park Slope to Puerto Rico this week in search of baseball immortality. Comments (3)
For South Slope coffee drinkers, the glass isn’t half empty — it’s totally gone. Comments (6)

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