Park Slope

Get your geek on at Union Hall

This one’s for the true believers. Comments (1)

Park Slopers say outdoor sex on quiet street must stop

Horny Park Slopers and drug users have turned a secluded nook behind a popular grocery store into a makeshift bedroom for public sex — and neighbors want them to get lost before a grade school opens nearby. Comments (25)

Sign not of the times: Old meets new at Slope’s Stone House

Don’t worry history buffs: the bright flashing sign adorning one of Park Slope’s most famous historical landmarks isn’t a Las Vegas-style advertisement. It’s art! Comments (3)

The man who saved Park Slope from the wrecking ball passes away at 92

Trail-blazing Brooklyn preservationist Everett Ortner died last week — leaving behind the borough’s most famous architectural style as his legacy. Comments (3)

Robbed and assaulted on F train

Crime: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Comment
Two ailing historic buildings will get hundreds of thousands of dollars for renovations after placing at the top of a citywide preservation contest. Comments (8)
Cops are hunting a Park Slope sex fiend responsible for a May 23 attack — a man witnesses say they detained at the scene, until police let him go. Comments (16)

Our comic-style review of Brooklyn’s newest beer gardnen

Bar Scrawl: The Brooklyn Paper’s bartoonist Bill Roundy scopes out Dekalb Market. Comment

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