As usual, in the days after the Park Slope 100 comes out I am still busy fixing typos, correcting mistakes, even adding names.
I’m sure there are still mistakes and typos and if you find any please let me know (I won’t be hurt or angry). This list takes so much time to put together: I need all the help I can get.
I apologize to those who think they should be on this list. The way this list comes together is very unscientific. It’s a combo of recent news, nominations from locals, things that pop into my mind. There’s always next year.
The list will be accessible by clicking on the tab to the right that says Park Slope 100 underneath Send Me a Tip. It’s one of those blue tabs with the white letters. See it? You can also, of course, click on the link above.
This is the fifth annual alphabetical list of 100 people, places and things that make Park Slope such a special place to live. 100 Stories, 100 ways of looking at the world.
This year I received many tips from readers of OTBKB. Quite a few of these blurbs were written by OTBKB readers. Thanks to all! Please send your typos, your fact checks, your comments to me.
Heck, I know you will.
Five years of the Park Slope 100. That means that if you combine all the lists there are 500 people, places and things, a sort of mini-history of Park Slope people, places and things since 2006.