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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Who will stop the disgusting dumping and killings in Prospect Park?

Meadows of Shame: EDITORIAL: If it was happening in Central Park, it would be an international outrage! Comments (4)

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Swan down! John Boy is dead, but was it poison or murder?

Meadows of Shame: John Boy Walton, one of the celebrity swans of Prospect Park, has died — setting off a furious battle over whether it was murder … or something even worse! Comments (6)

SWAN SONG: A tribute to John Boy Walton

Meadows of Shame: John Boy Walton, a Prospect Park swan with gray plumage and a relentless appetite for breadcrumbs, is dead. She was a cygnet. Comment

Norah Jones to open Celebrate Brooklyn

Music: Cobble Hill resident Norah Jones will get back to what she does best — performing before adoring audiences instead of irking her window-hating neighbors — and kick off Celebrate Brooklyn with a free concert on June 9. Comments (2)

Eye on crime

Park Slope: Someone steals fancy shades from a Union Street eye shop. Plus the rest of the crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Rich Richardson, 86, beloved columnist is dead

Park Slope: Beloved former Brooklyn Paper columnist Fayette Richardson, a passionate liberal and World War II veteran, died on Friday morning in his Park Slope home. He was 86. Comment

Monday, March 29, 2010

Some tea bagger ruined this woman’s coffee break!

Park Slope: A liberal’s car is defaced with an anti-Obama hate message. Comments (15)

Sunday, March 28, 2010

A duck is dead — and a swan wounded — in latest park tragedy

Meadows of Shame: The mystery of animal savagery continues in Prospect Park. Comments (17)

Friday, March 26, 2010

The Butcher of Prospect Park — a photo montage!

Meadows of Shame: Entrails, chicken heads, blood and dead fish. It’s been a disgusting two weeks in Prospect Park. So put down that coffee and let award-nominated reporter Stephen Brown narrate a slideshow of a fortnight’s worth of carnage! With video … Comments (2)

Thursday, March 25, 2010

They’re on the road — for afforable housing

Park Slope: These Slope gals are getting in the saddle to raise money and awareness. Comments (21)

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