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Friday, July 30, 2010

It’s like a summer ‘Campo’ for pizza lovers

Dining: The new Campo de’ Fiori on Fifth Avenue in Park Slope is like a tiny corner of Rome. Comments (2)

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Can this high-power couple become more energy-efficient?

Park Slope: Councilman Brad Lander and his wife try to cut down on their profligate use of electrons Comments (5)

The ol’ Kindle swindle

Park Slope: A reader is robbed. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (1)

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

This joint distills the essence of Brooklyn — into gin

Shopping: Brad Estabrooke’s Breuckelen Distillery opens on Aug. 1 Comment

Suspect: The Hamburglar

Prospect Heights: The Atlantic Avenue McDonald’s is hit. Plus all the other news from Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comments (1)

Monday, July 26, 2010

Victory on Garfield as hated neighbor finally sells decrepit building

Park Slope: Park Slopers are shouting triumph after a decrepit property on swank Garfield Place was sold last week — ending a decades-long battle to force its owner to stop letting the once-immaculate brownstone fall apart. Comments (4)

‘Sonic’ convergence! Youth to play Prospect Park — free

Music: Indie rock gods Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore have been pushing the rock envelope for three decades as the seminal rock band Sonic Youth, delivering arty, experimental sounds to generations of head-bopping teenagers and cool dads alike. Comments (3)

Park Slope’s newest music venue will ‘Rock’ you

Nightlife: The Rock Shop officially opens on Aug. 2. Comments (1)

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Once-controversial special needs housing opens to cheers on Fifth Ave

Park Slope: What a difference three years makes. Comments (4)

Friday, July 23, 2010

Cellphone equipment atop Seventh Avenue house of worship

Park Slope: The sacred and the profane merged this week atop Park Slope’s Greenwood Baptist Church as workers from Verizon installed cellphone antennas — a move that some critics worry will increase radiation in the neighborhood, but the church says will save the congregation. Comment

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