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Park Slope Courier

Covering: Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Sunset Park, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Windsor Terrace, Greenwood Heights, Ditmas Park, Kensington, Crown Heights

Parenting: A Kensington mom created an after-school program and events operation on the back of her super-massive Lego collection — which is so large it defies calculation, she said. Comments (1)
Officials at a federal Sunset Park prison violated the constitutional rights of more than 1,600 incarcerated men by forcing the inmates to endure freezing temperatures, and barring them from speaking with their lawyers, during a week-long power outage, according to a new lawsuit. Comments (11)

Myth-ogny: ‘Medusa’ show looks at female stereotypes

Theater: She is the original nasty woman. Comments (1)

Police: Woman sent herself cocaine through the mail

Crime: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Comment

Police: Man attacks paramedics treating him aboard ambulance

Crime: Plus all the other crime from Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace’s 72nd Precinct blotter. Comment
Photo Galleries: Brooklynites got an early start on their Lunar New Year celebrations on Saturday during a festive event hosted by bigwigs at a Sunset Park shopping center. Comments (2)

Ditmas Park man cuffed for assaulting cops while trying to hide wife’s dead body from them

Crime: Authorities arrested a man for assaulting police officers while trying to prevent them from discovering his wife’s dead body inside the couple’s Ditmas Park home. Comments (2)

Cops cuff three guys on hate-crime charges for assaulting two Jewish men in Crown Heights

Crown Heights: Sleuths with the Police Department’s Hate Crimes Task Force busted three men for a slew of anti-Semitic attacks in Crown Heights. Comments (1)
Mean Streets: Postal workers continue to use residential Park Slope streets as parking lots for both their work and personal vehicles, according to residents, who said the federal employees use placards to park illegally even after an agency rep told this newspaper that those placards would be revoked. Comments (33)

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