Last week, stern but politely written notes began appearing on the windshields of cars that had too much space between them.
A lot of affluent towns in the Empire State are filled with spouses who are louses, according to a survey by AshleyMadison.com, a web site that caters to people looking to have discreet extramarital affairs.
The fight to save the G Train extension continues, and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is hearing from thousands of Brooklynites.
A city agency said banning ice cream trucks would have to be done legislatively citywide or statewide. They said to ban the trucks just in Park Slope would be impossible.
The politically-charged vote brought out the masses as the trendy food co-op conducted the vote on Tuesday night. There was both delight and disgust as the crowd of over 1,500 shot down the idea.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is taking a clear stand in the proposed boycott of Israeli goods by members of the Park Slope Food Coop.
For many people in Brooklyn, riding the F and G trains has meant a mad dash across six busy lanes of 4th Avenue in Park Slope. Not anymore!
A parking scheme has allegedly been in effect in Park Slope, Brooklyn for over a year, and frustration is building.
On hand at Brooklyn’s Grand Prospect Hall were prospective rabbis, wedding singers, bands, photographers, caterers, gown makers and even a resident psychologist offering tips on how to manage pre-wedding stress.
Did you hear the report about the free self-defense class in Park Slope on Sunday? You can find out more information at the Harbor Fitness website here or download the .pdf flyer here. You can also call Harbor Fitness at (718) 965-620.
With more than one serial groper still on the loose in Brooklyn, self-defense classes are popping up everywhere from Park Slope to Sunset Park.
Just before 8 p.m. Monday, police responded to an incident in Sunset Park in which a woman claimed a male Hispanic in his 20s grabbed her buttocks before running off.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said detectives were taking laptops around town and showing surveillance video evidence to witnesses, victims and even defendants in central booking.
Police say Federico Chamorro Yax, 22, faces assault, sex abuse and forcible touching charges following two incidents.
The attack happened on Sunday, Sept. 25 around 1:30 a.m. around Bushwick and Johnson avenues. Police say the suspect grabbed a 25-year-old woman, threw her to the ground and tried to rape her.