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Local Advocacy Group Fields Responses to “Invisible Child”

After an investigative piece in The New York Times about Dasani, a homeless child living in Fort Greene, a local advocacy group is receiving donations for those who want to help on a local level.

All Invited To Join Jewish Writers Group Forming At Beth El...

A Jewish writing group is forming at the Beth El Jewish Center of Flatbush, 1981 Homecrest Avenue at the corner of Avenue T. The...

Seasonal Bites: Pumpkin Pie Frozen Yogurt At Culture

Sure, there may be a fair bit of frozen yogurt fatigue, and the weather might make some shy away from a chilly treat, but...

Comedian Scott Rogowsky Tries Local Dating On Park Slope Streets

http://youtu.be/PrvALv3KMrs Navigating the dating world is notoriously tough in New York, and in a place like Park Slope-- where it's easy to feel like the...

Culture Opens Second Location On Greenwich Village Foodie Strip

The frozen yogurt masters behind Culture are bringing their creamy, tart, and perfectly constructed cups and cones to an even wider audience. This past...

Overheard In Park Slope: Boy Talk

Culture, 3:52 p.m., two pre-teen girls A: I'm not in love with him. I love him ironically. He's hot. B: Just because he's more attractive than other people...

Flavors, Toppings, Tartness: The Definitive Guide To Park Slope Frozen Yogurt

"You've got to have a plan going in there," a neighbor says when I ask about her frozen yogurt practices. "If you don't, everything...

Support Dog Rescue At The Park Slope Dog Dash Scavenger Hunt

The only way to make a summer afternoon scavenger hunt better is to add some dogs, and at the Park Slope Dog Dash on...

Meet Shelley Worrell, Founder Of CaribBEING & The Flatbush Film Festival

Last week we introduced you to neighbor Shelley Worrell's non-profit arts organization caribBEING and the Flatbush Film Festival. We met Shelley over tea to...

Meet Shelley Worrell, Founder Of CaribBEING & The Flatbush Film Festival

Last week we introduced you to neighbor Shelley Worrell's non-profit arts organization caribBEING and the Flatbush Film Festival. We met Shelley over tea to...

Kids Say the Darndest Things: A Guide to the Slope’s Kid-Friendly...

Endearing conversations and childish laughter are part of the background music in Park Slope, a town populated with happy families. Like little kangaroos, bunny-eared...

Kids Say the Darndest Things: Kid-Friendly Slope Restaurants

Endearing conversations and childish laughter are part of the background music in Park Slope—a town populated with happy families. Like little kangaroos, bunny-eared babies...

Now Hiring in Park Slope

In need of employment? Know someone else who is? Some help wanted signs are cropping up in windows around the neighborhood. • Culture, 331 Fifth Avenue between...

How Do I Love Culture? Let Me Count the Ways

Culture is asking guests to fill out paper hearts saying what they love about the frozen yogurt shop. It's an easy task for those...

Crazy Blind Park Slope Date

OkCupid, the matchmaking site of choice for the young and broke, has introduced a new method of online dating with the launch of Crazy...