This Week On The Stoop

This Week On The Stoop
Brooklyn by carriel313 via instagram

Looks like the hints of winter we’ve been seeing are really taking shape today. Hope you’re all staying warm!

Keep up with Park Slope news all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, sign up for our daily newsletter, and email us with questions, news tips, story ideas, or anything at editor@bklyner.com.

Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week:

• A local man was arrested for allegedly groping young girls in broad daylight.

• The Gowanus Whole Foods has an opening date.

• A Community Board 6 committee rejected Methodist’s expansion plan.

• Chocoholics and gummy fans rejoice, Bit O’ Sweet is now open on 4th Avenue.

• Lace up your skates, Lakeside is opening in Prospect Park by Christmas.

• The complete guide to Thanksgiving in Park Slope.

• Grab a beer and a vegetarian bite at 4th Avenue’s new Pickle Shack.

Dragonfly Boutique is closing just eight months after opening on 5th Ave.

• How toxic is your block?

• New Japanese fusion restaurant Shamisen opened on 7th Avenue.

• We’re looking forward to more G train service in 2014.

• The top 5 biggest residential sales in the neighborhood in the past 10 years.

• After a long wait, Red Mango is now serving fro-yo on Flatbush Avenue.

Fabipops has closed its 4th Avenue showroom.

• Berkeley Place got its speed bumps back, but some neighbors don’t want them.

• Finally, if you’re able to, please consider donating to CAMBA’s 500 Turkeys For 500 Families fundraiser.

Photo by carriel313

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