Spotted on 5th Avenue. Take any photos in Park Slope recently?
Anthony’s on 4th, the family-run pizzeria that was listed for rent about a year ago, is closed, with Department of Building signs up in the windows about a new renovation in the space at 400 4th Avenue, on the corner of 6th Street. We tried calling Anthony’s, which opened back, to see if it’s
Looking for some fun events to enjoy with the kids this week? Give back to the community by volunteering to spruce up Prospect Park, meet the Brooklyn Knight and hear some superhero stories, jam at a family-friendly bluegrass concert, and more good stuff is coming up in the neighborhood. Details on those below: Superhero Storytime
If drivers know where all the red light cameras are, do they stop being as effective? Or does that actually help them calm traffic? These could be reasons the city has seen a significant drop in tickets being issued by the cameras — down from 668,709 in to 575,176, according to records the
Uncle Arthur’s Cafe, the new venture from The Soup Bowl’s Richard Gussoff, opened last week at 237 9th Street, just off 4th Avenue. Named for his uncle Arthur Klein, an attorney who negotiated the leases for his restaurants, Richard hopes to channel the unpretentious attitude that helped make Arthur such a success. “I chose the name Uncle
The NYPD is asking for the public’s help in locating a man who escaped from the back of a police car in our area on Monday evening. Cops say that 26-year-old Darnell Thomas broke free from police custody near the 78th Precinct station house, getting out of a marked police car at Atlantic Avenue and
The side of Stephen Powers’ 4th Avenue shop really speaks to us on a gloomy day like today. Take any photos in Park Slope recently?
Did you lock your bike up outside of the Associated Supermarket on 5th Avenue at Union Street this past Saturday, only to come back and find it damaged? Neighbor Jay saw the truck that hit the bike around 1:40pm on April 5 and sent this photo. “A lot of people saw it,” wrote Jay, who
It’s the first full week of April, and we’re starting to see more and more events that will lure us out of hibernation. From a lesson for women on fixing up your bike to a poetry reading and a chance to to taste so much of the great food 5th Avenue has to offer, there’s
Changes you’ll be familiar with if you rode a local subway line late at night last week repeat this week. There are a few things to look out for, from longer waits on the G, to the F running along the A line in one section, and more. Here’s the roundup, via the MTA: 4
Many neighbors have noticed the smell of smoke in the neighborhood this morning, and the source is a brush fire in New Jersey. The New York City Office of Emergency Management issued an alert overnight about the fire, happening about 100 miles away in the Wharton State Forest, which sent smoke up our way. The
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Ready to enjoy the first weekend of April? Here’s a recap of some of the events to check out in the neighborhood today and tomorrow, from the annual Opening Day parade to a guided bird walk, from a food truck rally to a night of literary erotica. Details on those and more below! Participatory Budgeting Vote When: Saturday, April 5,