Afoot in Prospect Park: Park Slope Message Boards
Afoot in Prospect Park: Park Slope Message Boards
a lot of people on 5th ave
can’t afford to have their own dog
they’re sharing like 2 people in a 1BR
so they miss their own dog back home
and enjoy drinking a beer while actively petting a dog
she loves the attention
it’s a win – win
Coming on the heels of an active discussion on the Park Slope Message Board regarding the safety of Propsect Park, a man was found stabbed to death in the park last weekend. 61-year old William Oliver was
found dead on a wooded trail in the infamous Vale of Cashmere section of Prospect Park. The Vale of Cashmere
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(satellite image), long a gay cruising ground, has been the site of anti-gay violence in the past, most recently in 2005. While it’s not known if Mr Oliver was gay, the NYPD is currently looking into the possibility of a hate crime. Read the New
York Times story on the murder
Great advancements are coming out of forensic science colleges; crimes like this are being solved much
more rapidly these days.
the next “friends”ian hit tv series will be about…
a lesbian couple who adopt an ecuadorean orphan
who doublepark their strollers at the tea lounge
shop at the food co-op + back to the land
and there’s al the window washer guy
this one brooklyn native,
who fancies himself to be mucho mucho street
i mean like streeter than street
al employs a bunch of hispanic men to wash store windows
up and down 5th avenue
and they have these amazingly decorated bicycles
with huge handlebars
festooned with decoration –fulla bling
and wait. do they drink?
yeh. they drink
and they all go to total wine bar for drinks
*these fotos are from my friend’s flickr blog http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidbivins/sets/585137/
Thanks to kosherdave for these photos. This might not make sense if you haven’t read the gender-bending foofaraw over the “Found: Boy’s Hat” post on Park Slope Parents list.
You can read some Park Sloper comments on this in the Park Slope Message Boards.
PS. Here’s the e-mail at the bottom of the flyer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anybody hear what happened? Five shots were fired about 7 PM Friday evening, and two ambulances took people away. Any news?
deposit reports in the Park Slope Message Board that he/she spoke to the police: “I was visiting friends on that block and when we left the apartment, the cops were outside. The cops said that there was a robbery at the clothing store on the corner. I guess the robbery turned to gunfire. The cop made sure to tell us that no one was killed. Was that to reassure us?”
swimbtfly writes in the Park Slope Message Boards:
“So… If you were visiting the city this weekend (from Ithaca) and wanted to make appointments to look at apartments in prospect heights, what would be your plan of attack? I’m looking for a 2 BR for 1800 or less starting in June. I can come in this weekend and 1 more weekend in May.”
“Some of the CL stuff looks OK, but nothing specifically for June (when I want to move in). I’m thinking of contacting some of the brokerages from the thread over in the park slope forum, but I’m not sure how productive (or expensive) this would be.”
“I’ve found 1 listing in clinton hill from housingmaps.com that I’m looking at on Friday, but fear that its too far away from subways for a reasonable commute to midtown… “
Ziggly writes in the Park Slope Message Boards:
I am moving my family to Park Slope (near the Union street train station on 4th ave) in a month and was wondering what the best way to get from JFK to PS would be. I will have myself, wife and 15 month old toddler. We will have 4 large suitcases, 4 carry ons and a car seat. We will be arriving at 8am. I figure my options are…
1. Airtrain to Howard beach station and take the A train in, transfer to the F take that to 9th street/4th ave station and transfer to the R to get to Union street
2. Take Airtrain to Jamaica station, take the Long Island Railroad to Flatbush then take the R to Union street. Does anyone have experience taking a lot of luggage on the LIRR?
3. Car service or cab it. I am on a tight budget and was concerned about getting a cab during what I anticipate to be rush hour AM traffic.
…and wave ’em like you just don’t care: kagey_b’s most interesting photo.
Q. Will Katie Couric make a good “CBS Evening News” anchor?
“She has always done a good job and I don’t know why she wouldn’t on the new show. I like when she comes out in public for interviews. She has a nice smile. I’ll miss seeing her reporting … in the mornings.” –Glen Martin, 56, Park Slope
Updates will be posted as they become available.