Just Listed! Open House Sunday for this Park Slope Condo.

Realty Collective’s Victoria Hagman will be holding an open house for this 1.5 bedroom condo in Park Slope. This apartment was listed only a couple of days ago for $815,000, this Sunday will be the first open house and it’s already been saved by dozens of users on Streeteasy.  The description and gallery are below.  To learn […]

An Artist’s Soup Kitchen at Open Source.

All volunteer slots are full for the Open Source Gallery soup kitchen but you can still spread the word about this nightly event.  Any and all are welcome to come eat and mingle from 7pm-9pm any night of December at this South Slope gallery  (photo above from their website). More info about what to expect […]

Broccolino NYC Opening in Smith Street.

Formerly Hunter’s, and right next door to Stinky Brooklyn, is 213 Smith Street with a huge sign in the window announcing that Broccolino NYC will soon be opening in this spot.  This Italian restaurant isn’t new to the Brooklyn scene.  They have a second location near the Barclays Center on Dean Street, though food is […]

Brooklyn Brainery Opens in Windsor Terrace!

It’s no secret that we are fans of Brooklyn Brainery.  We blogged about this community education storefront years ago when they opened their first shop on Court Street in Carroll Gardens and we occasionally share info on classes they are hosting.  That space on Court has since closed and they are now housed at 190 […]

Updates on Pastificio Flora coming to Park Slope.

We have no shortage of Italian food in and around our area but this new Italian Restaurant, Flora, coming to 8th Ave in Park Slope looks very promising.  We learned a few things from the blog Here’s Park Slope and the restaurants social about what to expect, which is fresh homemade pasta and high quality authentic […]

A Translucent Sculpture Turns Invisible by Arthur Mallett

Nicholas Papadakis’ sculpture of a translucent child that had been hovering on Prospect Park Lake was reported missing on Sunday.  It had been installed as part of the Art Slope festival, a multi-arts festival in Park Slope. Luckily, the sculpture was recovered by two teenagers who discovered it in the woods.  It appears to be an […]

New Library Garden in Park Slope.

Everyone loves to see beautification happening in their neighborhood.  New parks, squares, or simply planting more trees.  Park Slope, though already a gorgeous neighborhood, is getting a new garden right outside of the Library on 9th Street and 6th Ave.  There will be seating and planters for a community garden program.  This is actually a […]

Reminder: It’s Participatory Budgeting Vote Week!

First of all, if you don’t know what participatory budgeting is you should watch this video.  It’s very informative. A brief description is that the community members get to vote on where a certain amount of budget goes towards improvements around the neighborhood from a list of projects. For example, there are  more than a […]