Park Slope 5th Avenue BID Meeting at Pinot’s PaletteThe Park Slope 5th Avenue Business Improvement District held its first meeting of the year yesterday morning at Pinot’s Palette (382 Fifth Avenue between 5th and 6th Streets). Among the usual order of business, Mark Caserta, BID’s Executive Director,
Photo by Erika ClarkThe Grand Prospect Hall (263 Prospect Avenue) was packed Wednesday night with hungry and thirsty neighbors ready to sample the food and drink from the expansive and eclectic 5th Avenue. The 5th Annual Taste of Fifth was sponsored by the extremely active Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID.
Photo via theother5thLast minute preparations were happening Saturday afternoon before the Park Slope Fifth Avenue Holiday Tree Lighting. Take any photos in the neighborhood lately? Send them to email@example.com, add them to the Park Slope Stoop Flickr group, or tag them #parkslope on Instagram, and we’ll post
After four years as the head of 5th Avenue’s Business Improvement District, Executive Director Irene LoRe retired earlier this summer, paving the way for longtime member Mark Caserta to take the helm. The BID’s summer programs, which include the South Slope Summer Strolls and Dancing Under the Stars,
Love that Christmas tree ceremony but don’t feel like trekking up to Rockefeller Center? Have no fear, the Stoop is here to help. There are a couple of upcoming opportunities to celebrate the season with neighbors. Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corporation Tree Lighting Party WHERE: In front of the