Coline was born in France, schooled in Brooklyn, and most recently earned her M.A in Linguistics at the University of London. She runs a feminist beauty blog, ConflictedBeauty.com, and has way too many pets.
NSFW: Inside the Troll Hole, Bushwick's Brand New Feminist Book and Sex Shop in a Laundromat
If you do your laundry at the Mermaid Laundromat, located on Knickerbocker between Starr and Troutman streets, you might be in for a surprise should you decide to duck under the silver streamers that hang over the door to a kiosk tucked into a corner
Paradise Found in Bushwick, Thanks to Immersive Theater Company Third Rail Projects
It might not be what you expected, though
Lofted Coffee: High Quality and Sustainability from a Bushwick Coffee Roaster
Walking into the loft, nestled amongst the industrial buildings east of the Morgan L train stop, I am not only greeted by Tobin Polk (co-owner alongside Lance Schnorenberg) and Aric Carroll, self-described “task master,” (aka operations manager) but also by Charlie the cat and the faint sound of a needle pressed on a warm folk record playing in a carry-on turntable
Museum of Food and Drink Opens to Public with "Flavor: Making It and Faking It"
Brooklyn is in the spotlight for food and drink again, but this time, it’s because of a museum
Best of Bushwick Craigslist: Furniture, Missed Connections & Even Pets
We’ve all been there: endlessly browsing Craigslist for hours to no end out of pure boredom or procrastination
An Orchestra and a Circus in a Warehouse Theater = Groupmuse This Friday
Not sure what to do Friday night? How does this sound? A Symphony, a circus, and a 1000+ person warehouse
Is the Dunkin’ Donuts Opening on Flushing Ave Signaling the End of Creative Bushwick?
If you regularly pass the giant carwash called Wow at the corner of Flushing and Knickerbocker Ave in Bushwick, you should know that it will soon no longer be part of your commute