A New Play at The Bushwick Starr Delivers Laughs Straight Out of a Committee Meeting Nightmare
"Miles For Mary" gives us six school employees trying to plan a 24-hour telethon as the veneer of politeness wears thin.
Explore the Lives of Famed, Devoted Locals in an Affectionate New Book Called "Meet the Regulars"
North Brooklyn and Bushwick feature heavily in Joshua D. Fischer's interview series.
In a Feverish New Film, Bushwick Is a Scene of a Psychedelic Showdown Between Musicians and Zombies
The "experimental fantasy band flick" shot in the back yard of the McKibben Lofts, at La Luz and in the basement of Lone Wolf.
The Gateway, an Up and Coming Venue on Brooklyn's Broadway, Celebrates Its First Year in Business
Usher in October and another year of high energy shows at The Gateway.
BOS 2016 Pro tip: Lisa & Nina's Excellent Studio Tour Adventures!
Lisa Levy and Nina Keneally plan on "making visiting studios irreverent and entertaining"
A Rising Filmmaker's Powerful Drama "Stanhope" Presents a Violent, Beautiful Bushwick
The award-winning short film showcases Bushwick as a neighborhood and exhibits the great promise of the cast and crew alike.
Music Organization Wants to Give NYC Composers Studio Space and A Stipend in Bushwick
This fellowship will provide a lucky composer with six months of studio space at the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council starting in January and a $2,500 stipend.
Bushwick Takes a Turn as an Alternate Reality in the New Dystopian Thriller "Diverge"
In "Diverge," a desperate husband returns from the future to his past in present-day Bushwick to fix his life.
End Your Week With This Gorgeous Music Video Celebrating Puerto Rican Bushwick
Street art, salsa, pitbulls, piraguas, homing pigeons and open fire hydrants: this music video captures it all beautifully.