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Thursday, April 16, 2009

City rolls out two-way bike lane on Prospect Park West

Mean Streets: The wheels are in motion for a revolutionary, two-way bike lane along Prospect Park West that would not only aid cyclists but, supporters say, would also calm the southbound speedway. Comments (26).

City may not replace PS 107’s stolen computers!

Park Slope: A Park Slope elementary school that has had more than 50 Apple laptops stolen in the past two months may not receive replacement computers. The still new MacBooks, which were stolen from PS 107 on Eighth Avenue on two occasions over the past two months, made up the majority of school’s computer supply. Comments (13).

The Nerve! Avant garde troupe sets up shop in Park Slope.

Theater: Meet Park Slope newest residents: a cutting-edge theater troupe that will call the neighborhood home. Comments (1).

Checkin’ in with … a woman who has never had an orgasm

Checkin’ in with: Our reporter interviews Mara Altman, author of a new book about her inability to reach certain heights. Comments (4).

Park Slope to MTA: Unseal our long-lost subway entrances

Park Slope: On Flatbush Avenue, the stairway to heaven might actually lead underground. Comments (4).

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Cars will be stuck in ‘Park’ under city plan

Mean Streets: A city plan to bar cars from driving out of Prospect Park at two key exits has excited cyclists and walkers — and infuriated a neighborhood group that has long clashed with the city over automotive traffic in the landmarked greenspace. Comments (7).

This handyman is level-headed

Park Slope: Hey, Park Slope Parents — don’t recommend this carpenter! Plus, all the other crime news from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct. Comments (3).

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Cock a doodle…Windsor Terrace?

Windsor Terrace: The rooster of Windsor Terrace has been saved! Comment.

‘Siberia’ exile finds home in Brooklyn

Nightlife: The legendary bar impresario who turned a subway sub-basement into the hottest watering post in the city has finally opened a Brooklyn tavern. Comment.

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