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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 […]

Park Slope burglar sentenced to up to 4 years in prison for 6 break-ins

January 11 | Rob Abruzzese

PARK SLOPE — A serial burglar who had targeted businesses primarily in Park Slope will spend the next two-to-four years in prison following a trial in Kings County Supreme Court. Charles Wold, a 59-year-old from Park Slope, was sentenced by Justice Evelyn LaPorte on Monday to six concurrent prison terms of two to four years […]

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