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Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007

Begging for help: Slope Rev. has had it with 3 homeless men

Park Slope: Three homeless men have driven one of Park Slope’s most liberal religious leaders to the very brink of what some would consider “Christian” behavior. Comments (1).

So, just how slow can you go? If you’re the B63, about five miles per hour

Park Slope: Bedraggled riders of the B63 bus weren’t the least bit surprised to hear that their tortoise-like ride is actually the slowest in Brooklyn — averaging less than 5 miles per hour, according to the Straphangers Campaign. Comment.

Actresses and their ink

PS … I Love You: Our columnist — an actual writer — was so inspired by all the actresses putting out kids books that she now vows to crank out a story for the illiterate set. Comment.

Robbed at knifepoint

Park Slope: Two men were robbed a knifepoint by an unshaven thief on Union Street on Oct. 26, cops said. Comment.

The $40-a-month health risk?

Park Slope: The city’s post–9-11 reality hit home this week with Prospect Heights coop owners, who grumbled about the possible health effects of a city plan to install cellular phone equipment on their roof. Comments (1).

Pool time at 9th St. Y

Park Slope: A coterie of local pols, community activists, kids and YMCA members broke ground on the Prospect Park Y’s new $5.7-million pool center on Monday — kicking off an 18-month construction project in the Ninth Street facility’s back lot. Comments (2).

Jog your memory: On Marathon day, avoid the V-Z, 4th Ave

Park Slope: Tips for drivers on Marathon Day. Comment.

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