Park Slope

More vandalism against gas guzzlers on PPW!

Mean Streets: Four more gas guzzlers were vandalized on Prospect Park West early this morning, the second attack against big cars in as many days. Comments (16)

War stories at the Old Stone House next Thursday

Books: Four vets share the hell of battle in the heart of a peacenik neighborhood. Comment
Transit: A stalled plan to refurbish the dour Fourth Avenue F-train station — and perhaps jumpstart a renaissance of the roadway beneath it, too — is back on track, thanks to Borough President Markowitz. Comments (6)

Annie Keating, Park Slope parent, celebrates her fourth album at Southpaw

Music: The show is next Wednesday at the Fifth Avenue club — her home turf. Comment

These thugs targeted gas guzzlers in PPW vandalism

Mean Streets: Someone hates gas guzzlers in Park Slope. Comments (8)

Believe it! American finally wins Slope chili cookoff

Dining: And you get the recipe, too. Comments (1)

An ‘American’ crime

Crime: A thief tried to swipe stuff from American Apparel, but only got a pair of silver bracelets. Plus all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (1)
Mean Streets: The Prospect Park West bike lane has aced the city’s first test — though opponents claim that officials cheated. Comments (38)

King Con lives up to its name — starting on Thursday

Event: Call it King Con: The Revenge. Comment

Harrowing holdup

Crime: Another iPhone is swiped. Plus all the other news from Prospect Heights’ 77th Precinct. Comments (1)

Election buzz at Babeland today!

As if you didn’t need another reason to vote beside stellar, impeccable candidates and easy-to-understand ballot referendums, here’s another: Voters can go to Babeland and get a free vibrator. Comment

F’d in Park Slope is back to her annoying old tricks

The Greatest Story Ever: Park Slope’s most-acerbic blog made a gloriously snarky return this week, days after it was hijacked and turned into a pornography site. Comments (10)

Debbie Almontaser to speak on Friday

Cinema: A new film dissects how a Muslim-American educator turned into Public Enemy Number 1. Comment
Theater: For Abby Browde and Michael Silverstone’s latest production, the two theatrical types wanted to work in the least theatrical-like setting possible. And lucky for them, they found it only a few blocks from where they live. Comment
Art: A new retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum will change the way you think about this much-derided painter. Comment

Truly F’d in Park Slope! Someone took over popular website — and turned it into a porn site

The Greatest Story Ever: F—ked in Park Slope just got f—ked! Comments (16)

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