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Saturday, Jan. 5, 2008

The demise of the Donut

The demise of the Donut

Park Slope: After 32 years of slinging omelets, pancakes, home-fries, donuts and pouring mug upon mug of affordable coffee, the Foops family has finally shut down its beloved old-school diner, the Donut Coffee Shop on Fifth Avenue. Insert depressed quote from disgruntled old-timer here. Comment

Unwelcome guest at the Comfort Inn

Park Slope: Someone broke into the Comfort Inn — and stole water! Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

New Year’s pre-memories

PS … I Love You: At this time of year, it’s impossible to walk around without feeling those memories come flooding back. Comment

All faiths day in Slope

Park Slope: Park Slope will once again live up to its reputation for cultural sensitivity when the Old First Reformed Church throws open its chapel for six widely divergent faiths on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Now, if we can just get those Buddhists and those Sikhs to play nice! Comments (1)

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