Emilie is a native New Yorker, a graduate of Bard College with a B.A. in human rights and a former Little Skips barista.
Do You Run a Project That Supports the Bushwick Community? Apply to Win This Grant of Up to $3,000!
Citizens Committee for New York City, the same organization that runs the the Love Your Block grant program, wants to help fund your hard work on behalf of the Bushwick Community!
This Beautiful Short Documentary Tells the Story of DeKalb Avenue's Pigeons & Their Resilient Keeper
Meet Gil, a lifelong homing pigeon enthusiast who had kept his beloved pets on the same rooftop for 27 years and who is currently rebuilding his flock.
A Bushwick Photographer's Collaboration With Shepard Fairey Has Already Impacted the Women's March
French-Senegalese Photographer Delphine Diallo's portrait of a serene child was adapted into an illustration by iconic street artist Shepard Fairey.
Of Course the Brooklyn Public Library's Premier Zine Collection Is in Bushwick
The Travis Fristoe Memorial Zine Collection at Bushwick's DeKalb Avenue branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is the only such collection system-wide—and its creator has big plans for it.
A "What If Bernie Won?" Film Fest Is Coming to East Williamsburg
The President Sanders film festival is an opportunity for local filmmakers to present their visions of what America would have been like with Bernie in charge.
A Man Was Struck and Killed by the L Train in Bushwick on Tuesday Afternoon
L train service was suspended in both directions between Myrtle-Wyckoff and Atlantic Avenue for three hours on Tuesday afternoon.
This Delightful Bushwick Insta-Celeb Is a Very Persuasive Adoption Advocate
Shotzy, a terrier mix who was rescued from a kill list, is a dog about town who accompanies his person Troy on volunteer home visits for Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.
A Loaded Gun Discovered at a Bushwick Park Has Shaken Local Parents
Parks Department workers discovered a silver .25 caliber gun hidden inside a work glove at Green Central Knoll Park on Monday, November 21.
Get to Know Bushwick Like Never Before Using This New, Data-Rich Interactive Map
Ever wondered how long the average commute of a Bushwick resident is—or what percentage of the neighborhood was born abroad? Find out using CoreData.nyc!
NSFW: Behold the Smoldering Babes of Bushwick 2017 Calendar. Out This Friday!
Some familiar bedroom eyes and six-packs grace 2017's edition of our neighborhood's very own sexy calendar.
Update: Four Men Were Shot Inside of Knickerbocker Avenue Storefront on Sunday Evening
Four men were treated at an area hospital Sunday evening after gunfire erupted inside a storefront on Knickerbocker Avenue,
Join Your Bushwick Neighbors at Irving Square Park for Its Third Annual Winter Celebration!
The family friendly fun will include live performances, seasonal refreshments, a tree lighting, and a surprise visit from Santa.
Have You Seen This Spatial Sound Artist's 16-Foot-Tall Igloo?
Tom Montagliano's mobile art space was in his van when the vehicle was stolen in Bed-Stuy last week. When the van was recovered in Bushwick, the igloo was gone.
Bushwick Freelancers: Get Organized for 2016 Taxes at This Free Event By Our Local Credit Union
Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union is helping freelancers prep for tax season as part of its Small Business Workshop Series.
Drink to Support New York City's Women in Need at a Montana's Trailhouse Holiday Party!
On Friday, December 16, $1 from the sale of every Budweiser beer or Fernet-Branca cocktail sold at a festive event at Montana's Trailhouse will go to New York City housing nonprofit Women In Need.