Week in Review: Author Dies After Week Unidentified at Methodist

A look back at the top headlines from the week that was.

Photo from HappyCow.net.
Photo from HappyCow.net.

Prospect Park Jogger Dies After Being Identified

Rynn Berry was unconscious in the ICU at New York Methodist Hospital since New Year's Eve labeled as a John Doe for over a week before being identified.

Just a few days after being identified, with family by his side, he died Thursday at around 12:30 p.m.

Park Slope Wants CitiBikes, Fewer Cell Phone Stores, Trashcans and More in 2014

Patch asked readers what they want to see in Park Slope in 2014, and they had a lot to say.

NYC & Company Kicks Off Tourism Campaign in Park Slope

NYC & Company continues its 'Neighborhood X Neighborhood' campaign in 2014 starting off in Park Slope this month.

According to NYC & Company, the program aims to increase exploration of areas outside traditional tourist locations across the five boroughs.

Methodist Expansion Gets First Nod of Approval

New York Methodist Hospital'sexpansion plans were evidently revised enough for the Community Board 6's Landmarks and Land-Use committee's approval. Days later, the full Community Board gave it's approval as well.

Band Shoots Debut Video in Snow-Filled Prospect Park

Park Slope based band Anacortes took advantage of the recent snow storm to shoot its debut video, 'A Great Unknown', in Prospect Park.

The band plays in the snow-filled park with sledders enjoying the hills behind them. The video has been uploaded to YouTube and can be seen here.


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