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Park Slope’s burger scene expands yet again with a new gastropub on 5th Avenue, and a new juice bar comes to 7th Avenue.               […]

Park Slope’s New Businesses – Week of July 3rd

Park Slope’s burger scene expands yet again with a new gastropub on 5th Avenue, and a new juice bar comes to 7th Avenue.               […]

New businesses in Park Slope are opening up left and right.  This week is a treat for the senses. Please NYC 557 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215 | (718) 788 – […]

Park Slope’s New Businesses – Week of June 26th

New businesses in Park Slope are opening up left and right.  This week is a treat for the senses. Please NYC 557 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215 | (718) 788 – […]

Deeper Levels of Spring Cleaning & Decluttering This season I’m going to suggest you upgrade your spring cleaning regimen. I am not one to diminish the power of a de-cluttering […]

Peeling Your Onion

Deeper Levels of Spring Cleaning & Decluttering This season I’m going to suggest you upgrade your spring cleaning regimen. I am not one to diminish the power of a de-cluttering […]

Every week we choose two new local businesses to highlight. Here are a couple of the sweetest new faces in Park Slope:                     […]

Park Slope’s New Businesses – Week of June 19th

Every week we choose two new local businesses to highlight. Here are a couple of the sweetest new faces in Park Slope:                     […]

I’m a yoga teacher. But my life at home isn’t exactly Zen, because I’m also a mother. Literally, as I am writing this, my husband and daughter are playing catch […]

Yoga, Children, & the Art of Play

I’m a yoga teacher. But my life at home isn’t exactly Zen, because I’m also a mother. Literally, as I am writing this, my husband and daughter are playing catch […]

Matt Zoller Seitz is the Editor-in-Chief of RogerEbert.com, the TV critic for New York Magazine and Vulture.com, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in criticism, and the author of multiple […]

The Splendid Case of Increasing Wes Anderson Collections: With Matt Zoller Seitz

Matt Zoller Seitz is the Editor-in-Chief of RogerEbert.com, the TV critic for New York Magazine and Vulture.com, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in criticism, and the author of multiple […]

Dear Hypocrite, I read your column without fail every issue.  Now, finally, I’ve got a problem worthy of your attention.  I’m a single male in my late thirties and I’m […]

Shallow in the Slope

Dear Hypocrite, I read your column without fail every issue.  Now, finally, I’ve got a problem worthy of your attention.  I’m a single male in my late thirties and I’m […]

On Wednesday, April 1st, A Taste of Fifth—hosted by The Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District—showcased the culinary offerings of more than sixty local food and beverage heavy hitters. Participants included both veteran and newbie restaurants along Park […]

A Taste of Fifth

On Wednesday, April 1st, A Taste of Fifth—hosted by The Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District—showcased the culinary offerings of more than sixty local food and beverage heavy hitters. Participants included both veteran and newbie restaurants along Park […]

In the wake of the three tragic pedestrian deaths of local M.S. 51 students this past year, fellow student and advocate for pedestrian safety awareness, Alison Collard de Beaufort, decided […]

Vision Zero: A New Kind of Street Smart

In the wake of the three tragic pedestrian deaths of local M.S. 51 students this past year, fellow student and advocate for pedestrian safety awareness, Alison Collard de Beaufort, decided […]

That is the question! I happen to think that off-leash hour at Prospect Park, especially on weekends, is one of the greatest things about Park Slope.  Many a weekend morning, […]

To Get a Dog or Not to Get a Dog…

That is the question! I happen to think that off-leash hour at Prospect Park, especially on weekends, is one of the greatest things about Park Slope.  Many a weekend morning, […]

The Tooth Fairy screwed up last night. She forgot the tooth. Big mistake, as Tooth Fairy Fails go. Taking the tooth and leaving the money are pretty much the only job […]

Tooth Fairy Fail

The Tooth Fairy screwed up last night. She forgot the tooth. Big mistake, as Tooth Fairy Fails go. Taking the tooth and leaving the money are pretty much the only job […]

Think about your favorite movies; now think about the music in them.  In some cases, it’s almost impossible to separate the movie from the soundtrack; it’s so intertwined with the […]

The Soundtrack of Brooklyn

Think about your favorite movies; now think about the music in them.  In some cases, it’s almost impossible to separate the movie from the soundtrack; it’s so intertwined with the […]

Flu season is upon us once again. At the high school where I teach, my principal has been spraying the doorknobs with Lysol and reminding all of us to cough […]

Fear Not The Shot

Flu season is upon us once again. At the high school where I teach, my principal has been spraying the doorknobs with Lysol and reminding all of us to cough […]

A student came to me for an Alexander Technique lesson, referred by a yoga colleague, hoping to relieve her agonizing neck and shoulder pain.  I began by explaining Alexander’s central […]

Redefining the Core

A student came to me for an Alexander Technique lesson, referred by a yoga colleague, hoping to relieve her agonizing neck and shoulder pain.  I began by explaining Alexander’s central […]

The good, the earthy, and the funky: How natural wine is making a splash in Park Slope’s wine culture. So you know how when you get out of the shower, […]

Natural Selection

The good, the earthy, and the funky: How natural wine is making a splash in Park Slope’s wine culture. So you know how when you get out of the shower, […]