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3 arrested in unprovoked Park Slope attack

January 14 | By Todd Maisel Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Three young men were arrested and several others are being identified after a 45-year-old Park Slope resident was attacked while walking to his home in the neighborhood on Sunday evening, police said. At first, police were told the incident was a robbery, but instead, it turned out that the assailants attacked the man for unknown […]

New Korean restaurant in Park Slope gets thumbs-up

January 10 | By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Korean restaurants have been moving out of Manhattan’s Koreatown and into the city’s neighborhoods for several decades now, and one of the latest in Brooklyn, Haenyeo at 239 Fifth Ave. in Park Slope, has been getting rave reviews. Haenyeo is named after the legendary female divers of Jeju island in Korea who harvested shellfish and […]

The Park Slope Library's windows. Eagle file photo

Brooklyn’s Carnegie Libraries: Part of Brooklyn’s living history

January 3 | By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle

When book readers visit any of Brooklyn Public Library’s Park Slope, Pacific or Carroll Gardens branches, they may not be aware that each of these branches, as well as the now-demolished original Red Hook branch, are the architectural legacy of steel magnate Andrew Carnegie’s endowment in the early years of the 20th century. Carnegie, who […]