City Reps Address Community Homeless Shelter Concerns at East Williamsbug Public Meeting
Officials met with community members at Varet Street's Green Fitness Studio to discuss plans for the 140 bed shelter slated to open next month.
Start Planning Now: Bushwick's Drunken Debate Watch Parties Are In the Works Already
Because no one is going to want to watch these debates alone or sober.
The State and Local Primary Registration Deadline is Coming—Make Sure You Can Vote in Bushwick!
The registration deadline for the September 13th primaries is the Friday after this coming one, so now's the time to make sure that the Board of Elections will be expecting you at the polls!
Got Ideas on How to Fight Displacement? Bring Them to Mayday Space
The meeting on August 20th is set to bring together individuals and organizations fighting predatory housing practices across the city.
This High Profile Activist Will Speak at Bushwick's Base Next Weekend
Eric McDavid has had a turbulent past decade—and his experiences are both riveting and highly topical in the current political climate.
No K2! Bushwick Community and Business Owners Join the Doe Fund March Against the Drug
The Doe Fund marched against K2 on Tuesday afternoon, making it their second public demonstration against the highly addictive drug.
The E Train in East Williamsburg Could Be Our Saving Grace When the L Shuts Down
Bushwickians could see an easier route from Manhattan into Brooklyn by way of an E train running along the existing G line.
Join the Doe Fund Tuesday for a Community March Against K2
"There was no help for New York's poorest neighborhoods during the crack epidemic in the 1980s. That is no longer the case," said a Doe Fund spokesperson.
For the Next Three Weeks, Bushwick is Without Weeknight L Service
Don't plan on getting around Bushwick on the L between 10:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. on any weeknights for the next three weeks.