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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Stomach pains for 7th Ave eateries

Park Slope: The neighborhood’s collective stomach is growling. Seventh Avenue — once Park Slope’s restaurant strip, but since supplanted by hipper Fifth Avenue — is losing restaurants at a rapid clip as rents climb and restaurateurs, who operate at notoriously thin profit margins, fail keep up. Comments (6)

Nancy Nancy is gone, gone

Park Slope: Nancy, Nancy — Fifth Avenue’s favorite novelty shop — is the latest casualty of over-the-top real estate prices in Park Slope. Comments (2)

City: ‘Y’ not at Armory?

Park Slope: It’s official — the Prospect Park YMCA will operate the lavishly restored Armory in Park Slope, revealed city officials on Tuesday. Comment

Reinventing the (traffic) wheel

Park Slope: City and traffic activists are still trying to fix the Grand Army Plaza mess, but there’s one thing missing from the effort: your brilliant idea. Comments (2)

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