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Gay Bar Excelsior to Open New South Slope Location This Month, Owners Say

Excelsior is slated to move into 563 Fifth Avenue between 15th and 16th streets this month.

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Details Revealed For Charlie Bird Chef's New Venture on Kenmare Street

Chef Ryan Hardy's liquor license application shows preliminary plans for his newest venture.

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'Missing' Fliers for Pregnant Tarantula in South Slope a Hoax, Report Says

Fliers looking for a tarantula named Penelope turned out to be a joke gone wrong, the Times reported.

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South Slope Bar to Host Gluten-Free Pop-up Shop

The back room at Freddy's Bar will be turned into a temporary gluten-free market on Feb. 9.

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Development Brings 'Scarce' Luxury Rentals to Greenwood Heights

Studio apartments up to $2,200 per month are now for rent on Fourth Avenue and 21st Street.

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Holiday Light Show Brightens South Slope Block

The award-winning creators of 22nd Street's Holiday Light Spectacular are lighting up the block again.

Greenwood Heights »

Former P.S. 321 Flea Market Vendors Move South to Greenwood Heights

Some vendors who formerly sold goods in front of P.S. 321 have moved to Fourth Avenue and 20th Street.

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'Bully' Cat Makes Life Misery for Park Slope Felines

Fliers popped up recently asking the ferocious feline's owner to come forward.

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Cops Investigating Stabbings on Park Slope Block Near Bill de Blasio's Home

Four young men suffered stab wounds on Sixth Avenue and 12th Street late on Sept. 27, cops say.

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Park Slope Gets First 'Mikvah' Bath House for Observant Jews

A mikvah, where observant Jewish women perform a bathing ritual, opened on 15th Street this week.

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Art Show Features Performer Chopping Wood

Brooklyn artist David D'Ostilio is sawing logs and chopping firewood at a South Slope gallery.

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Vendy Award Winner Opens South Slope Mexican Restaurant

Popular Mexican food vendor Country Boys has opened a restaurant on Fourth Avenue and 16th Street.

Greenwood Heights »

Reward Increases to $22,000 for Tips in South Slope Homicide

Officials are now offering a $22,000 reward for information in the death of Jesus Morales.

Greenwood Heights »

Quiet South Slope Cafe Serves Rock Star Clientele

Roots Cafe on Fifth Avenue and 18th Street counts many well-known musicians among its customers.