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A writer for The Columbia Spectator recently penned a not-so-complimentary article about a day trip to Park Slope. The "somewhat worth it" adventure included a stroll past Café Grumpy and Brookvin, both of which are described as having "ridiculous signs." In the end, the writer concludes that, "If you’re looking for something intellectually stimulating, don’t go to Park Slope." Then she calls us a "medium-sized room full of kinda cool hipsters."
A born and raised Park Slope resident caught wind of the article and wrote a lengthy, yet thoughtful response to these Ivy League allegegations of ridiculous signs and stupid hipsters.