Photo by Sylvester Zawadzki via the City Parks FoundationBensonhurst resident Nortee Panpinyo is a lot like any other 14-year-old — he plays sports, looks forward to events within his social circle, enjoys meeting peers who share his interests, and even likes getting a little fashionable when the occasion calls for it.
Bree and the Whatevers were made in Ditmas Park. While Bree Klauser (singer/head songwriter) and Matthew Klauser (guitarist/ former Ditmas Park resident/ Brother of Bree Klauser) are siblings, the band’s currently lineup only came to fruition after Bree moved into what she calls “[her] Victorian boarding house” and
Jocelyn Wood is a speech language pathologist and orofacial myofunctional therapist who moved recently from neighboring Kensington to Ditmas Park, and offers home-based therapy as well as SAT/ACT prep (she first found her way into SLP work through her love of helping others learn) in both neighborhoods as well
Theresa Scavo, Community Board 15 Chairperson The New York City Community Boards – the 50 member panels forming the hyper-local level of city government – are accepting applications until Monday, February 22. For nearly half a century, the Boards have served as a go-to resource for residents who need help from the