The Week on the Stoop

The Week on the Stoop

Playwright Alexandra Collier told us about writing, theater, and brunch at Applewood.

We are one step closer to our very own Terroir.

Fifty Shades of Grey-loving women are buying rope and hardware store employees are raising eyebrows.

Owl Farm opened (selling booze, not birds).

Brad Lander couldn’t convince Amy Poehler to hang out.

Park Slope small businesses are competing for cash.

Street fairs: we loved them, we hated them.

PS 295 is looking for a few new second graders.

You can eat so much pizza in Prospect Park.

After 40 years, The Park Florist is packing it in.

How do you get the city to remove an abandoned bike?

Single moms worked out with Noella Brew Bar…

…And the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick celebrated Bloomsday.

Café Dada opened, which means that both spaces once occupied by Ozzie’s are now back in the caffeine biz.

Park Slope came of age, got very first film festival.

Brunch is about to get legal.

A Park Slope native asked: can you gentrify own neighborhood?

Fourth Avenue needs a little love and a lot of trees.

“Slow Fade to Black” premiered at Celebrate Brooklyn!

We wanted to know where you’ve been watching the Euro Cup.

Park Slope is at the center of another nanny debate.

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