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Help CHiPS Feed Newly Arrived Asylum Seekers

February 3 | Special from CHiPS

PARK SLOPE — On top of serving a regular clientele, as it has since 1971, CHiPS (Community Help in Park Slope) is now feeding hundreds of asylum seekers from Latin America, who were bussed to NYC in recent weeks and are now being housed in the Park Slope neighborhood. Many come to CHiPS for hot […]

Join the resistance! Bonbon Lakay’s ‘Operation Soup Joumou’

January 27 | Andrew Cotto

PARK SLOPE — “I started this business with a dollar and a dream and that dollar ran out a long time ago,” jokes Bonbon Lakay owner Edgina (Eddie) Desormeau. The “dream” aspect of Ms. Desormeau’s comment was born when the Haitian native returned to her home country for a visit in 2018. This was 18 […]

Tutt’Appost: Where all is in place

January 20 | Andrew Cotto

PARK SLOPE — Context: “Tutt’appost” is Neapolitan dialect for “Tutto a posto” – the Italian expression that “all is in place.” All was not in place at Tutt’Appost. Three 30-something friends in New York, with respective Neapolitan connections, opened their dream restaurant on 5th Avenue in Park Slope. The idea was to showcase their shared […]

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