Based on factors like poverty levels, green space and air conditioner ownership, Bushwick and a number of other city neighborhoods are more vulnerable than others to the effects of extreme heat.
Bushwick photographers Meryl Meisler and Rafael Fuchs showcase neighborhood photos spanning 1981-2021 at the Thames Art Center.
Once held exclusively outdoors and online, Wick’s Pilates and movement classes will now have a space to call their own.
Small business owners Andrew Owens and Benny Polanco started selling empanadas to support not only themselves but nonprofits like Hope for Haiti and the Sunrise Movement.
Safely get through the coming fall with billiards, karaoke, ceramics, flower arrangement and more.
This Bushwick-based service provides expert dog training and a supportive community for pup parents.
Everyone can learn how to protect Mother Earth at this free, family-friendly event.
Compared to Tropical Storm Henri, water leak complaints approximately doubled both in Bushwick and citywide. There were nearly eight times as many calls as there were that same day the previous year.
Organizers Qween Jean and Gia Love call for Bushwick to support the Black Lives Matter movement and the LGBTQ+ community. If you say “BLM” and do not support the queer Black community, then you are not for liberation, Qween said.
Look up and support your local community garden in providing sustenance and critical green space.
After being forced to shut their doors, the bar hosted various pop-ups before landing upon a more lasting location: a ship called Clipper City. Now, the former staff is coming together with staff from other closed bars to host a “Bar Buds Reunion Royale.”
The 80-year-old singer, born and raised in Sheepshead Bay, recently performed at Bushwick’s Caffeine Underground.
Owner Caroline Gates Anderson says the nonprofit is really about creating community, especially for those “who are most at risk, most isolated.”
The return of Bushwig, a New York Fashion Week after party event at Farewell, a free music and dance performance in Maria Hernandez and more. These are the events happening this week (September 8-15) in and around Bushwick.
Plans for the rally were prompted by a stabbing and robbery in a Bushwick bodega early Saturday morning, which NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is currently investigating.
The free store, a concept dreamt up by Bushwick Mutual Aid, is stocked with free clothes, baby supplies, furniture, household appliances and other donated goods.
The neighborhood eatery has kept its doors open throughout the pandemic and attracted more customers than ever.
The Lower East Side mainstay has opened its second location in Bushwick, across the street from Maria Hernandez Park.
A birthday party for Mayday Space and Starr Bar, the start of the 2021 Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival, an all-day market and art show on Wilson Ave. and more! These are the events happening this week (September 2-8) in and around Bushwick.
Governors Ball 2021, running from September 24-26 at Citi Field, will feature some of the neighborhood’s top local musicians and food makers.
After a year hiatus, the Bushwick Collective Block Party returned with a headlining set by Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah.
Erika Costa teams up with the lively retro bar to bring a taste of the Philippines to Brooklyn
The Bushwick Collective Block Party, a dance competition at 3 Dollar Bill, a neighborhood career fair and more! These are the events happening this week (August 26-September 1) in and around Bushwick.
With live music coming back, here are some venues where you can catch a show.
Despite the pandemic, the indoor-outdoor venue has grown from a tiny studio room to a well-known performance space.
Ghostface Killah will be the headliner of the 10th Annual Summer Block Party thrown by The Bushwick Collective, a non-profit street art organization.
The film explores the human psyche through the lens of industrial Bushwick, influenced by its empty warehouses and the increased presence of technology.
About 10 percent of Brooklyn’s drop-off sites are in and around Bushwick.
Sarah Khoshaba, a Bushwick resident, started her own successful small soup business when she lost her job during the lockdown.
Jennifer Gutierrez, the Democratic nominee for City Council member of District 34, says “affordability” does not line up with the income of Bushwick residents.
A guide to finding pet care for dogs, cats and even other pets in and around Bushwick.
With summer coming to an end in the next few weeks, there is no better send-off than enjoying Restaurant Week at these Grand Street staples.
A summer arts festival in Maria Hernandez Park, a dance party at Farewell Bar, Grand Street restaurant week and more! Here are the events happening this week (August 19-25) in Bushwick.
Delicious pies can be found throughout the city, and North Brooklyn is no exception.