Check out the article I wrote for the Brooklyn Paper about 7th Avenue in Brooklyn and how it’s going through a transition period. I’m sure there are a lot of other neighborhoods dealing with these same issues right now, but I think its particularly interesting in Park Slope because the people of the neighborhood continue to cling to a very particular concept of the area.
A graduate from New York University with a B.A. in Journalism and Politics, Shannon is originally from a small town in rural Nebraska. She is interested in radio, political, and travel journalism. She enjoys traveling back and forth between New York City and Beaver Crossing, NE.
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