Update January 10, 7:24am: Grab your gym bag, because the Armory is back up and running. Thursday: Heads up, neighbors. The Armory [http://www.ymcanyc.org/parkslopearmory] (361 15th Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues) is closed until further notice, according to a YMCA representative we spoke with Friday
The zombie apocalypse is inevitable. There’s no reason to panic, though, because South Slope is in an excellent position to survive the initial invasion. Here’s why: 1. This guy. Whoever owns this car can lead the way. They’re ready. 2. The Gowanus [/blog/politics/epa-announces-506-million-gowanus-cleanup-plan]. Get a
Looks like the kids at PS 107 [http://ps107.org/] (1301 8th Avenue, between 13th and 14th Street) are fed up with dog poop bombs on 14th Street near the Armory. Find us on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/SouthSlopeNews], Twitter [https://twitter.com/SlopeNews], our newsletter [http://southslopenews.us6.
Last month, after learning about The Armory [http://ny.milesplit.us/], where Sheepshead Bay High School students participated in track meets [/blog1.php/sheepsheadHS/sheepshead-bay-high-school-runners-in-th], I visited the place in Washington Heights. The facility was a well-kept Harlem gem [http://www.harlemonestop.com/organization.php?id=307] and inside there