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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Cajun crustaceans!

Ditmas Park: If you have a hankering for mudbugs, don’t fret — Sycamore’s throwing a Louisiana-style crawfish boil. Comment

Friday, May 25, 2012

Truck route bout: Big rigs may change lanes in Greenwood Heights

Greenwood Heights: The city says it will fix a much-loathed Greenwood Heights truck route by moving big rigs to other streets — but some residents say the plan is a trucking nightmare. Comments (26)

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Cops: South Slope grope isn’t connected to last year’s attacks

Park Slope: Cops say a creep sexually assaulted a woman on Sixteenth Street on May 23 in an incident that closely recalls the attacks committed last year by the so-called “South Slope Groper.” Comments (2)

GoogaBoondoggle: Ticket-holders get refunds after Prospect Park’s festival flop

Meadows of Shame: The Great GoogaMooga didn’t live up to its name — at least for hundreds of “VIP” ticket holders who will get refunds after a not-so-great experience. Comments (8)

Meet Brooklyn’s new awwww-ters

Park Slope: Prospect Park Zoo is showing off its crop of new babies — and they’re otter-ly irresistible! Comment

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Red, white, and boo!

Kensington: Someone defaced a Kensington flag mural painted by patriot-in-chief Scott LoBaido — and the artist wants the vandal to be charged with committing a bias crime! Comments (7)

Police: Violent jerk ran over man

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Comment

Monday, May 21, 2012

Rack-y road! Parking spot becomes bike slots in Slope

Mean Streets: Replacing a parking spot with bike racks is a different kind of fair trade for the owners of a famous Park Slope coffeehouse. Comments (37)

Neighbors say Park Slope school serves free lunch to rodents

Wild Brooklyn: Workers at a Park Slope school have turned the surrounding block into a midnight buffet for hungry rodents — and fat-bellied rats are always back for seconds, neighbors say. Comments (4)

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