Park Slope

Saturday, March 3, 2007

One way Seventh

Atlantic Yards: The city is considering a “radical” proposal to convert traffic-choked Seventh and Sixth avenues in Park Slope into one-way thoroughfares and removing a lane of traffic from each direction of highway-like Fourth Avenue. Comment

Park Choke!

Park Choke!

The mystery of Park Slope’s congested shopping strip has been solved: Nearly half of the cars on Seventh Avenue are simply looking for parking, a new study shows. Comment

Shutdown brings bitter exes, bake shop owners, together

The feuding French bakers of Park Slope entered an uneasy détente this week. Comment

Protesting the lack of protests

PS … I Love You: Our columnist gets so appalled at the armchair liberals that she gets out — literally — and hits the streets to protest the war. Comment

A bitter taste left in the mouth of this candy-store owner

Crime: A popular Seventh Avenue candy store is robbed — and all the other crime stories of the week. Comment

Power only half on at gym

The first floor of a popular children’s gym remains closed, despite a promise that it was to have reopened by now — seven weeks after the Fire Department shut it down. Comment

Holy teardown! Slope church to be razed

A long-shuttered Polish church on 15th Street will be torn down to make way for apartments, the latest house of worship to end up as housing in the former Borough of Churches. Comment

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