Park Slope

The epicenter of the brownstoners

30 Years: When Clem Labine, one of the first so-called “brownstoners,” moved to Park Slope, it was vastly different from the way that the neighborhood is commonly conceived these days. There was “nary a stroller to be seen,” he said, Comment

Man on man crime

Crime: You just never know what’s going to happen when you invite a stranger over to your home. Plus, all the crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Is the state playing lowball with Daniel Goldstein?

Atlantic Yards: State officials have finally put a price on Daniel Goldstein’s opposition to the Atlantic Yards project — it’s going to cost the activist $80,000. Comments (34)

Bar owner defies tarot reading and opens anyway

Nightlife: Jesse Levitt, owner of the Minor Arcana on Washington Avenue, is optimistic. Comments (1)

Finally, real British football with real British food

Dining: Plenty of bars show European football matches, but at the long-awaited Black Horse Pub in Park Slope, you can watch Manchester United live while eating fried eggs, Irish bacon, black pudding, sausage, baked beans, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, and fried toast — and wash it down with a spot of tea or a pint of Guinness. Comments (7)

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