NYC School Overcrowding and How Parents Can Help.

New York City has changed so much over the years.  Crime rates have plummeted and luxury developments have been popping up like wildfire as the population continues to grow.  The amount of families that are deciding to stay in the city rather than moving out to the suburbs of New Jersey, Westchester or Long Island […]

Corporate Giant’s Possible Move to Sunset Park.

You may have heard that the waterfront of Sunset Park is one of the possible locations that bohemoth company, Amazon, may be opening their second headquarters.  Over the last several years we have seen Sunset Park grow.  With the addition of Industry City as well as new luxury residential developments, Sunset Park has been on our […]

What’s with the Dog Houses on Brooklyn Sidewalks?

We passed by this strange looking dog house in Gowanus the other day and did a double take.  What is this strange electronic doggie shelter? It’s called dog parker and basically dog owners pay to use the little houses for when they are running errands around the area. It’s a sanitized and temperature controlled space […]

Red Hook ePrix Volunteers Needed.

RC’s Sandra Manley blogged a little while ago about the very exciting Formula E car races coming to Red Hook on July 15th and 16th. This is the very first motor sports event  to be held in New York City!  If you’d like to be apart of this historic day, here is your chance! Apparently […]

New Pediatric Dentist on Court Street.

The space at 396 has undergone a major transformation recently and it’s a hard one to miss with the bright orange sign indicating that a new pediatric dentist has moved in.  The space had been a long-time card and gift shop as well as a sneaker and clothing boutique called Brooklynite.  With the large amount […]

NYC Ferry News by Shyda Hoque.

The NYC Ferry launches their South Brooklyn route tomorrow With the price of a subway fare, $2.75, you will be able to ride from Bay Ridge to Wall Street in about 49 mins. There are free transfers to other NYC ferries on other routes but you will not be able to receive a free transfer […]

The New Park Slope Library Story Garden is Open!

Over the winter we saw renovations in the early stages on the corner of 9th Street and 6th Ave right next to the Park Slope Library.  Signs announced that we’d be getting a new garden in the spring time.  The time has arrived and what a quaint and sweet little garden we now have!  It […]

Spotlight on Antares Laser Center.

A friend of ours just opened up a new business in the neighborhood and we wanted to spotlight it! Antares Laser Center is an aesthetician laser center specializing in laser hair removal, microneedling, chemical peel, dermaplaning, and microdermabrasion treatments on every individual skin type! Owner, Natalia, is a licensed New York State board certified esthetician […]

March for Truth Info for Sharing.

Marches are only successful if people know about them and feel compelled to join in.  At the beginning of this year so many New Yorkers were fired up and showed up in droves for the Women’s March. Over the last couple of months, however, many have expressed that they are feeling burnt out or have […]

Remembering the Park Slope Plane Crash of 1960 by Arthur Mallett

When I stopped in to Cousin John’s bakery for a banana cream pie the other day, a black and white picture on the wall caught my attention. The photo showed a street scene that was easily identifiable as the stretch of 7th Avenue just outside the door. Scattered across the street were what appeared to […]