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Thursday, Dec. 11, 2008

This mob wants more green

Park Slope: An environmental group has targeted a Park Slope hardware store for not being “green” enough — but don’t expect a boycott. Comments (3)

They’re up in Armory

Park Slope: The much-anticipated Park Slope Armory won’t open at least until the spring — more than a year after local pols gathered for the official ribbon cutting, The Brooklyn Paper has learned. Comments (1)

A new ghost haunts the Slope

Mean Streets: Cycling activists locked a white-painted bicycle to a street sign at the corner of Eighth Avenue and President Street in Park Slope on Dec. 2, turning the site of a fatal crash into a makeshift memorial. Comment

Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008

Naked went the victim

Park Slope: A man was going to chase a burglar down Park Place — but then realized he was only wearing a towel! Plus all the other crime news (and there wasn’t too much of it this week) from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Tequila sunrise! A great booze is back in Park Slope

Dining: La Taqueria on Seventh Avenue is showing off its tequila collection. Who says no one likes a show-off? With video … Comment

Monday, Dec. 8, 2008

It’s ‘Tuna’ har har at the Gallery Players

Theater: Our review raves about “A Tuna Christmas” at the Gallery Players in Park Slope. Comment

Friday, Dec. 5, 2008

Mourning Mumbai

Park Slope: Jews from around the borough gathered in Park Slope last night to mourn a Crown Heights rabbi and his wife — two “generals” in the Hasidic Jewish community — who were killed in the Mumbai terror attacks last week. Comment

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