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.
Bushwick Party Kids Get Slashed in a New Indie Horror Movie
A movie set in a Bushwick party scene centers on a killer on a rampage and the two struggling arts who try are trying to identify the murderer.
An IRL "Internet Black Market" Will Return to Knockdown Center This Fall
"Internet Yami-Ichi" can be translated as "The Internet Black Market—" but since the word "yami" can also mean "sick for" or "addicted to," it could also be translated as "Internet Obsessive Market."
Explore Coloring as Self-Care With The Real Art Therapists of New York at Brooklyn Kava
A monthly pop up at Bushwick's Brooklyn Kava hosted by a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist provides locals with an opportunity to relax and experience coloring as a wellness practice.
The Short Documentary About The Bushwick Collective Drives The Gentrification Point Home
"No Free Walls", which premiered on YouTube, clearly explains how Joe Ficalora and The Bushwick Collective are stuck between a rock and a hard place.