La organización sin fines de lucro Mil Mundos en Común ha lanzado “Conectando a Bushwick,” su primera recaudación de fondos para financiar la instalación de internet gratuito en hogares que lo necesiten.
Bushwick’s brunch eaters have spoken!
From street art, fine art and crafting to bookbinding, visit these local stores online or in person to see what they have to offer!
The non-profit Mil Mundos en Común has launched “Getting Bushwick Connected,” its first fundraiser to subsidize the installation of free internet for households in need.
The deadline to apply for the program is now Jan. 4.
Children ages 5 to 11 will soon also have to show vaccine cards for indoor dining and entertainment.
All adults living in New York are eligible to receive a free COVID-19 booster shot, administered in local health clinics, pop-up vans, pharmacies and elsewhere.
Some are also calling on the city and the community to help them further develop their own delivery platform, My Bodega Online.
Those who want to support families impacted by Tuesday’s explosion in nearby Cypress Hills can do so through Sen. Julia Salazar’s GoFundMe.
Let’s hear your nominations for the best bar in/around the neighborhood!
District 34’s incoming representative has published a form, which you can use to offer feedback on the most pressing issues in the community.
Piles of trash and overflowing waste baskets have been permeating Bushwick for most of 2021.
What are your plans this weekend? We’ve listed some great free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.
The advisory falls short of a full mask mandate.
It’s up to you, neighbors. Time to name the best local brunch spot!
This holiday season, here’s how you can volunteer your time to help others in our community.
Bushwick’s music lovers have spoken!
After a year and a half, Bushwick’s DorDor art gallery closes its doors, as the co-owner of the space seeks new ways to accomplish her goals of democratizing access to the art market for up-and-coming artists.
The queer woman-owned shop opened its doors in July 2020.
El servicio de compostaje en la acera se reanudó en Octubre de este año, pero solo en algunos barrios elegibles.
The curbside composting service resumed in October this year, but only in some eligible neighborhoods.
Residents no longer have to take the 30-minute walk to Know Waste Lands to compost.
What are your plans this week? We’ve listed some great free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.
The new building will feature 94 units, communal lounges on each floor and plenty of green outdoor space.
Resident-led groups can receive cash grants of $5,000 to support their projects.
Passersby can purchase items by simply scanning cartoon price tags painted on the mural.
In the meantime, the neighborhood offers food distributions, pantries and community fridges.
Let’s hear your nominations for the best brunch in/around the neighborhood!
The festival will feature student artwork and performances, a Thanksgiving dinner and a tour of Meryl Meisler’s “Paradise Lost & Found: Bushwick” installation.
Sandiford will say he’s a stylist who’s been kicked out and needs a ride to his studio, or something along those lines.
After four years of growing, the beloved lounge, musical home and studio, Wilson Live, was severely damaged by Hurricane Ida.
Family members of nursing home residents can now visit their loved ones whenever and for as long as they want.
It’s up to you, neighbors. Time to name the best music venue in/around Bushwick!
The founding member of Bushwig discusses the meaning of drag, starring in season four of Dragula and the recent loss of her grandmother.