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Don’t just stand there — save geese

Perspective: What does a random day in March have to do with July 8, 2010? Comments (83)

Our goal is to save geese

Perspective: Being a life-long resident of Brooklyn and Windsor Terrace, I want nothing more for the park that I have called my backyard for my entire life to be graced with the presence of all beings that deserve the right to reside there in peace. I live in the direct flight path of the Canada geese as they make their way from Prospect Park to Greenwood Cemetery and continue to be inspired by their flights daily. I want these birds to live and raise their offspring here forever. I want people to know just how incredible they are and if they took the time to understand them and learn about them they would see there is much to learn from them. I want them to live in peace and grace the skies over my house forever. Comments (7)
Atlantic Yards: This just in: The Nets are offering season tickets to their 2012 games at the Barclays Center. Comments (11)
It’s an all-out war for the most sought-after commodity in baby-filled Park Slope — a kindergarten seat. Comments (21)

Precinct commander catches thieves himself

Crime: Get the “Cop of the Month” award ready again — for Inspector Argenziano himself! Plus the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (1)

Mass mutual! Two Slope Catholic churches to merge

Two Park Slope Catholic churches that are just six blocks away from each other will merge some operations by June, church officials confirmed on Monday. Comments (4)
Mean Streets: A Manhattan lawmaker wants to ban cars from Prospect Park — a plan that would tame the “hectic pace of city life,” its chief supporter says. Comments (68)
Prime 6 has been tarred and feathered — and now locals want it to close at midnight on Friday and Saturday night. What’s next? Last call at 7 pm? Comments (7)
Nightlife: Jaguars 3 is a new nightclub devoted to drinks, Italian food and bikini-clad dancers. Comments (19)
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City hits our editor with a $1,300 fine — inevitable video ensues

Podcast: Watch what happens when the Department of Transportation tells Editor Gersh Kuntzman that his pristine — pristine! — sidewalk needs to be replaced. First in what will likely be a long, drawn-out series. Comments (7)
Mean Streets: Hundreds more drivers will compete for parking spots in Gowanus and Park Slope under a plan by Con Ed to eliminate a 250-space employee parking lot next month. Comments (149)

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