Journalist Adam Sternbergh works in the Quiet Room at The Ditmas Workspace. (Photo: Maya Lewis)New York Magazine journalist Adam Sternbergh makes a short walk everyday from his home to a sprawling corner-lot Victorian house in Ditmas Park. There’s always an office with a view waiting inside for him.
Photo by Ditmas Park CornerMaster herbalist and shop owner, Karen Rose [/blog/business/herbs-health-and-more-at-sacred-vibes-apothecary], has watched the Ditmas Park community change over the past eight years through her shop window. The walls of her shop, Sacred Vibes Apothecary [http://www.sacredvibeshealing.com/], off Cortelyou Road, are lined with large tightly
Photo by Maya Lewis/Ditmas Park CornerYou may have noticed the newly launched Project ALY’s bus ads and bus shelters around the Flatbush area featuring a young African American transgender women and a young gay boy with his parents, encouraging families to support their LGBTQ children. Project ALY [http:
Photo by Maya Lewis/Kensington BKThe young danced with the old, the old danced with the older and gender was of no concern. This was the scene at Progressive Temple Beth Ahavath Sholom [http://ptbas.org/] when the congregation gathered in the Temple basement for an Ambidextrous-Swing dance class. On