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Now for some of the stories you might have missed:
Raking leaves? Bring them to 6/15 Green.
Where did South Slope fall on the Date Report’s sex map?
Find out how you can support Typhoon relief efforts.
Discover a masterpiece at the South Slope Silent Auction.
Ground Floor Gallery is accepting submissions for their holiday art show.
Where would you like to see a Boro Taxi stand?
Keep an eye out for Dallas, a 3-year-old black lab who went missing around Sunset Park.
7th Avenue’s Pepper Mill is closed for business.
Know your tenant rights when it comes to apartment heat.
Turkey, pie and more! Where to order you Thanksgiving meals.
Take a little time for you, and enjoy some health and wellness classes.
The best to do list ever.
Take a 1929 photo flashback to the corner of 4th Avenue and 15th Street.
The Blacklist cast and crew might as well become honorary South Slope residents. They’ll be back on 13th Street November 19.
Metro card fares are going up, but the increase might not be as bad as the MTA originally thought.
Would you support 20 MPH speed limits across South Slope?
Meet Gweenie, a 5-month-old beagle mix looking for a family to call her very own.
Keep your pets safe and warm this winter with tips from Heather Smith of Brownstone Dog Walkers.
A fantastic apartment deal on 9th Street and Prospect Park West…circa 1902.
Photo via largeheartedboy