Park Slope

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007

Pigeon war on Eighth Avenue — and our reporter is there!

Brooklyn Angle: Someone is killing pigeons on Eighth Avenue and — wouldn’t you know it! — our columnist is in the middle of it. Comments (6)

Her brush with death is worth $2,750

Park Slope: A beloved historic preservationist who was almost decapitated by a guillotine of glass that fell from a decrepit Seventh Avenue building, won a small victory — in small claims court — over the tenement’s owner. Comments (1)

Umbrella organization

Umbrella organization

Park Slope: This could be the start of something big — or hundreds of stolen umbrellas. Comment

The karma conundrum

PS … I Love You: Our columnist tries to be the karma arbiter of Park Slope. Good luck with that. Comment

First iPhone is stolen in Park Slope!

Park Slope: It was bound to happen, but police records indicate that a Union Street resident has the distinction of being the first victim of an iPhone robbery. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

A man is stabbed to death

Park Slope: An East New York man was stabbed and killed on 12th Street on Monday night after an argument with another man, who was later arrested for the crime, cops said. Comments (1)

5th’s BID fight

Park Slope: In a move that could finally diminish Fifth Avenue’s reputation as Seventh Avenue’s ugly younger sibling, business owners won preliminary approval on Wednesday to form a business improvement district. Comment

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