Park Slope Art Exhibit & Sale: 4/20-22 and 4/27-29 (1 – 7 PM each day)

Park Slope Art Exhibit & Sale: 4/20-22 and 4/27-29 (1 – 7 PM each day)

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Art exhibition and art sale by nineteen members of the Park Slope/Windsor Terrace Artist group.

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The best and brokest BBQ in Brooklyn
Food & Drink

The best and brokest BBQ in Brooklyn

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Brooklyn has become a cornucopia of smoked meats. Hooray! How do all these restaurants stack up though? Good news: they’re all delicious.

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Home Buyer’s Seminar

Home Buyer’s Seminar

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Are you ready to transform your rent into equity? We invite you to join us as we take you step by step […]

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The 20 best cheap events to do this weekend, podcast edition
event roundups

The 20 best cheap events to do this weekend, podcast edition

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Cast off, blast off, escape from reality, show off your shots, shuffle your deck, nab free drinks, plus more ways to kickstart your weekend.

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A hard hat tour of Park Slope’s former Pavilion Theater as it becomes a Nitehawk Cinema
Real Estate

A hard hat tour of Park Slope’s former Pavilion Theater as it becomes a Nitehawk Cinema

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When Park Slope’s notorious Pavilion Theater shuttered a year ago this month, the neighborhood met the news not with the usual chagrin […]

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Eat your weight in free Thai Tea flavored ice cream in Park Slope this month
Events

Eat your weight in free Thai Tea flavored ice cream in Park Slope this month

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Late November is no less an appropriate time to eat ice cream than summer – rise to the occasion, friends.

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21 first Tinder dates at Franny’s: A eulogy  
Food & Drink

21 first Tinder dates at Franny’s: A eulogy  

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You’ll be missed, Franny’s. These Tinder dates, less so.

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French tourists are coming to Brooklyn to clean Basquiat’s grave
News

French tourists are coming to Brooklyn to clean Basquiat’s grave

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Plenty of Brooklynites aren’t even aware that the late great street artist (who grew up in Park Slope) is buried in Green-Wood Cemetery.

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Park Slope’s Pavilion did not have bedbugs, it has been posthumously revealed
History

Park Slope’s Pavilion did not have bedbugs, it has been posthumously revealed

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One dog could change the storied theater’s legacy. Kona, a bedbug sniffing dog, recently declared the Pavilion bedbug free,

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Park Slope’s triangle building could be turned into a transparent wedge
Real Estate

Park Slope’s triangle building could be turned into a transparent wedge

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The historic structure wasn’t bothering anyone, but still some developers would like to demolish it and in its place create The Future Incarnate.

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