Park Slope

Lowe’s down dirty crime

Crime: 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
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)
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)

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)
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

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)

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