I am still putting the finishing touches on the Park Slope 100. It will be up early this afternoon.
This year’s Park Slope 100 feels even more like the story of this
community. The list is topical. It is full of names that have come up on OTBKB, on
Seventh Avenue, on Fifth Avenue, in the zeitgeist of Park Slope.
100 stories, 100 ways of looking at the world, 100 inspiring people, places and things.
As I said last year, the idea of a list like this is inherently
subjective, flawed, and wildly controversial (even annoying). But it’s
fun to do if only as a way to record life in this neighborhood in an