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Friday, Sept. 19 was “No Park(ing) Day” — and activists rushed to retake valuable curbside space from cars.

Our favorite was this verdant spot on Bedford Avenue near North Seventh Street in Williamsburg, which had been converted into a “meditation garden” for the day.

Brooklyn Heights’ “park” was at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Court Street, and featured a kiddie pool.

Park Slopers got into the spirit a day later, setting up “Park Slope Park” in a spot at the corner of Seventh Avenue and Fourth Street.

Updated 9:49 am, September 23, 2008
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