Park Slope

Saturday, Dec. 1, 2007

The three homeless men who sparked a flurry of soul searching in Park Slope — and the ire of a local pastor — after refusing to moderate their drinking and noise-making have abandoned their long-time hangout on the steps of the Old First Reformed Church, but they have left a legacy behind. Comments (2)

What? Pay for street parking?!

The controversial idea of giving residents — and maybe no one else! — the right to park in their neighborhoods, seems to have been jumpstarted by the mayor’s congestion pricing plan to charge drivers to enter Manhattan below 86th Street. Comments (4)

Sweet Melissa sours rivals

PS … I Love You: Our local baker does Brooklyn proud, winning a Food Network competition despite severe gastric distress (of course she was in distress, she was in North Carolina!). Comment

Here’s some good advice: Don’t leave $23K in the car

Crime: Getting your car broken into is bad. Getting $23,000 worth of jewelry taken out of your car — which happened to a woman on Nov. 21 — is much, much worse. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

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