News and Stories from Park Slope

Featured on The South Brooklyn Network, Congratulations to Brooklyn Independent Media on receiving nominations for two New York Emmy Awards this year.
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Congratulations to Brooklyn Independent Media on receiving nominations for two New York Emmy Awards this year.

109th New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio ©Mark D Phillips
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2014 begins with a new moyor in New York City.

Lakeside, the largest and most ambitious project in Prospect Park  since the Park’s completion, will open this month, December 2013.  The $74 million restoration and redesign features a public skating  facility with amenities including a café.
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Lakeside, the largest and most ambitious project in Prospect Park since the Park’s completion, will open this month, December 20, 2013.

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President Obama is scheduled to visit Pathways in Technology Early College High School, which is located two miles from Prospect Park in Crown Heights.

From Brooklyn to Cooperstown: Baseball History Ties the Two Together
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Green-Wood Cemetery and SABR-NYC Invite You on a One-Time Only Private Tour To See Early Baseball Graves and Rare Baseball Items from Green-Wood’s Archives To Help Raise Money to Restore the Creighton Monument

Gallery Players celebrate their 47th Season
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Since 1967, The Gallery Players have been producing classic and contemporary plays and musicals, as well as premiering new works.

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Horse Pull at the Middlefield Fair

When my friend Sarah Foley asked me to judge the photo contest at the Middlefield Fair, I immediately said yes. Not only did I want to see the types of photographs that would be entered, I really wanted to see the fair itself.