South Slope, Brooklyn is a neighborhood that, depending on who you ask, might go by many names, might have many different boundaries, or might not exist at all. Whatever and wherever you call it, we love it, and we want to bring the same sense of community that we feel on the streets to this site. And we hope you, our neighbors, will help.


shannon geis, editor of park slope stoopShannon Geis is the Editor of Park Slope Stoop and South Slope News. She has lived in Brooklyn for five years, working as a a freelance reporter and multimedia producer covering neighborhoods across the borough. She recently completed her Master’s degree in Oral History from Columbia University. When she’s not reporting, you can find her reading 20th century fiction, listening to the radio, crocheting hats, or running laps in Prospect Park. If you have a question, tip, photo, or anything else you’d like to share, give her a shout at editor@southslopenews.com or 347-829-5978.

Managing Editor

Mary BakijaMary Bakija is the Managing Editor of Corner News Media, overseeing content of a network of neighborhood news sites that currently includes Ditmas Park CornerPark Slope Stoop, South Slope NewsKensington BK, Bensonghurst Bean, and Sheepshead Bites. Mary was previously the editor of the Ditmas Park Corner and the Ditmas Park Blog. You can reach her at Mary@cornernewsmedia.com or 347-748-1921.


Director of Sales and Marketing

Dina Rabiner is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Corner Media. When you’d like to advertise on any of our sites (Ditmas Park CornerPark Slope StoopSouth Slope NewsKensington BK, Fort Greene Focus, Sheepshead Bites, Bensonhurst Bean, City Kid Camp), please reach out to her by filling out this form. She can be reached at Dina@cornernewsmedia.com or 646-228-4151.


Liena Zagare

Liena Zagare is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of Corner News Media, a network of 4 neighborhood news sites in Brooklyn. Liena has 8 years of experience bringing neighbors news they care about, and helping local businesses succeed. Liena is super approachable and brilliant when it comes to ideas on how best to promote your business and reach your customers.

When you’d like to advertise on any of our sites (Ditmas Park CornerPark Slope StoopSouth Slope News, and Kensington BK), please reach out to her at Liena@cornernewsmedia.com or call her at 917-496-5888.



headshot 1Christine Bush is a native Texan, wife, mama, blogger, craftaholic and lover of all things Doctor Who. Questions, comments or just want to say howdy? Contact her at 347-460-0546 or clbush0724@gmail.com.





Jeff Bush is a professional wanderer and food enthusiast. He works for The Wall Street Journal Digital Network as a multimedia producer, and thanks to the generosity of his producers (and an insane amount of luck) he is able to travel and see things he only dreamt of as a child. Lucky for us, he lives in South Slope and wants to make videos and write for our site, too. Have any video ideas you’d like to toss his way? Contact him via email at jbjourneyer@gmail.com, or by phone at 646-734-0845.


Amber Ceffalio  is the Editor of City Kid Camp. Amber also takes pictures around the city for her blog Sidewalk Photos, writes about the ethical dilemmas of American Sign Language interpreters, and occasionally writes about parenting and more for various websites. She can be reached at Amber@cornernewsmedia.com.


Writer Deb Klein and a pupDeb Klein has called the Park Slope area home for over 10 years, and can often be seen walking her dog or riding her bike in and around the area, sniffing out new haunts and supporting old favorites. She has promoted the area in the past – with a special eye on Gowanus – both thru her PR company and her craft market series. She specializes in human (and canine) interest stories AND anything Gowanus-oriented; feel free to contact her at debklein9@netscape.net.
Pauline & Sharon's Pizza slicesGregory Baird is a writer living in Brooklyn.





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