It was another week of exciting developments and happenings in Park Slope. Here's our roundup of our biggest neighborhood headlines.
On Monday, Joanna Prisco, editor for Carroll Gardens Patch, wrote about how two Gowanus men are aiming to create .
On Tuesday, we reported on how the proprietors of for $65,000 in back rent and for eviction of their space at 260 Flatbush Avenue.
On Wednesday, a feature we ran followed Henry Powell, who , complete with lawn chairs, in Park Slope everyday to pick "gold" from people’s stoops to sell in hopes to eventually get his bike design patented.
On Thursday, we ran an artcile about . We found that residents complained how a neighbor artist has gained access to a city-owned empty lot on 12th Street, at the corner of Fourth Avenue, and nailed a fake skeleton to a tree.
On Friday, Amy Sara Clark, editor for Prospect Heights Patch,and Jamie Schuh wrote an article about the Department of Transportation's new study that says there’s plenty of parking around the soon-to-be-opened Barclays Center, and that .