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Friday, Aug. 5, 2011

A howl for Wolf and Deer

Bar Scrawl: Our Bar Scrawl columnist says that this new Park Slope bar will draw raves. Comments (1)

Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011

GAME CHANGER! Professional hockey could be coming to Brooklyn

Prospect Heights: The Barclays Center has been redesigned — again — this time to accomodate professional hockey. Interesting, considering that the Islanders need a new building. Comments (42)

Pop up playground at Washington Park is a totable treat

Park Slope: Washington Park’s “new” playground is a foam-tastic treat in a box! Comment

Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2011

Couple offering big bucks for return of beloved monkey doll Bongo

Park Slope: Look, when you love a Beanie Baby, when you give your life to a plush pet, you’ll do anything to be reunited. We know. We’ve been there. Comments (41)

East 25th Street is the ‘Greenest Block’

Park Slope: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden picked the block between Clarendon Road and Avenue D as the most flora-filled. Comments (2)

Brutal beating on Garfield Place!

Park Slope: Plus the other bad stuff from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comment

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Zoomin’ good time at last week’s Prospect Park ‘Summer Soiree’

Park Slope: Boogie-woogie was order of the evening when Prospect Park Alliance raised more than $60,000 for the greenspace. Comment

Friday, July 29, 2011

Cops nab bizarre Prospect Park poachers

Meadows of Shame: A band of goose-, duck- and fish-stealing vagrants are fined inside the park. Comments (638)

Inside the BareBurger Supreme

Dining: Our food writer brings you inside a behemoth. Comments (1)

The quick, sad demise of Harry Boland’s Pub

Park Slope: From problems with the taxman, to a Health Department shut-down, to fears of a toxic bomb, it’s been a stunning fall for a Park Slope bar. Comments (10)

In Slope, they like their burgers ‘Bare’

Dining: It’s the biggest news for burger aficionados since Danny Meyer brought the Shake Shack to the Fulton Mall. Comment

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Workers to Ratner: Hey, where are the jobs?

Atlantic Yards: Local workers who once championed the Atlantic Yards project have turned their back on developer Forest City Ratner — vowing to protest every two weeks until they get what they were promised: thousands of jobs. Comments (23)

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