Park Slope
Call them heavy metal punks. Comments (4)
The owners of Gorilla Coffee — where irate employees walked out en masse in April — are suing the New York Times for destroying their lives by covering the debacle. Comments (14)
And, no, that’s not a typo in the headline — finally, there’s a location for Brooklyn’s most important public toilet! Comments (3)

Look, don’t double-park in Park Slope

Crime: A thief made his move against another thief. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Is this graffiti anti-Semitic or anti-violence?

Some sicko wrote, “Geese first, Jews next,” on an emergency call box in Park Slope over the weekend — but it’s unclear whether the vandalism is an anti-Semitic call for violence or a sincere attempt to link this summer’s federal goose extermination to one of history’s greatest atrocities. Comments (7)
Meadows of Shame: It turns out that Prospect Park is the perfect place to get your main ingredient for goats head soup. Comments (8)
Relax, everyone — he’s only kidding! Comments (6)

Watch the goat head video here!

Meadows of Shame: It’s disgusting, but it’s a “must watch”! Comment

Horsing around! Equus Projects puts the gallop back in dance this Saturday

Dance: Call it dances with horses. Comment
The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: Marijuana makes even more inroads! Now the Gallery Players is even celebrating it. Comment

Thief breaks in while two women sleep

Crime: A tony building is burglarized. Plus all the other news from Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comments (1)

The web poster who cried ‘rape’

Crime: An online “game of telephone” leads to a week of fear over a rape that never happened. Comment
Meet the new Freddy’s — not exactly the same as the old Freddy’s. Comment
Mean Streets: Supporters vastly outnumbered opponents in dueling rallies over the Prospect Park West bike lane on Thursday morning, as 250 cyclists rallied in Grand Army Plaza and then took a victory lap roughly four dozen opponents gathered just to the south. Comments (44)
Seven people — including two children — were hospitalized on Thursday morning following a devastating six-car pileup on Flatbush Avenue outside the main branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Comments (12)

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