Park Slope

Gym-nastic! PS 39 gets its recreation space back

The city has come up with the money to retain a Park Slope elementary school’s gym program that had been threatened by bureaucratic stinginess. Comment
Music: Great Elk may be named after an extinct species, but things are starting to pick up for the Brooklyn band. Comment
Theater: For those looking for a way to cool down this summer, “Nocturnes” is sure to give you the chills. Comment

Stinging rebuke of Courier-Life anti-bike editorial!

Mean Streets: Last week, we gave space to the editorial board of our sister publication. This week, we set the record straight! Comments (27)

Time to steal the donuts

Crime: A shoplifter makes his move at the Dunkin’ Donuts. Plus the rest of the crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (1)
A concrete mogul provides the material and the workers to fix Prospect Park’s decrepit riding circle. Comments (4)

LC Fest, in fifth year, is perfect for short attention spans

For those with musical ADD, this one’s for you. Comment
Music: The biggest summer stage is the Prospect Park band shell — and Ozomatli will need every inch. Comment

Another bike is gershed

Crime: A two-wheeler is stolen, plus all the other news from Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comment

Thursdays are swing time this summer

Dance: Swing’s the thing this summer. Comment
Crime: Nearly 30 state-of-the-art laptop computers were stolen from a Park Slope elementary school over the weekend — and school parents are blaming construction workers who failed to secure the school while they made weekend renovations. Comment

Gym-nauseam! PS 39 loses its recreation space!

Parents at a historic Park Slope elementary school that’s too small to have its own gym are fuming that the city will no longer rent out a recreation area for the kids across the street. Comments (1)

Booked ‘em! Slope’s top cop nabs another bad guy

Deputy Inspector John Argenziano is no desk jockey. He’s made two arrests in three months — more than some beat cops! Comments (1)

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