A highlight from last month’s Bushwick Film Festival was a debut feature from a Brooklyn dance director.
An auto-erotic performance piece makes a stop in Bushwick over the weekend.
“I feel like I’m trapped in here, sometimes, I’m never away from it”
A group of Jewish electronic musicians in Brooklyn are fundraising for humanitarian relief in Gaza.
“How many other films like this have been left on the floor?”
Going beyond traditional zombie narratives, ‘Herd’ spotlights Bushwick’s expanding influence in the arts.
A pair of notable street artists show up in Bushwick.
The three day neighborhood arts fair arrives again this weekend
A new film festival kicks off in Ridgewood this weekend.
A local gallery show questions what it means to change and move, as well as who is allowed to do so.
A recent Bushwick Starr production delivers on the “Demons,” but could do more with its female characters
Borough President invites residents to join in a vibrant celebration of Caribbean American Heritage Month on Saturday, June 24th
How not pursuing art professionally has given one painter “the freedom to not care what people think.”
The latest video showcase at Club Video hit this month
Years after hosting COVID-era ragers, the former ‘Illhouse’ now hosts poetry readings.
A meditation on public and private mourning, now at a gallery in a Bushwick
The normally secretive group inviting the general public to celebrate Sol Invictus this Saturday in Brooklyn.
Guided by queer goddesses, she becomes a mermaid who dives into the depths of the ocean to found the “Mermaid Femme Empire.”
The star of a new NBC show says Brooklyn is a real character.
A local designer has an answer to both problems. A video game.
Amid this weekend’s Brooklyn Book Festival, a few local writers met in Bushwick: “I’m gay, that’s why I moved to Brooklyn!”
The world’s largest drag and queer music festival recently hit nearby Queens.
Zoey Deutch stars in a dark comedy, purportedly set near the J train.
A new documentary chronicles the “dirty gospel” of the Bushwick Abbey’s Vince Anderson.
Popular on TikTok, this local bones salesman says: “I would love myself to be skeletonized”
Fundraisers held at 3 Dollar Bill by LGBTQIA+ group
A group of friends make a TV show. It’s about finding ways to pay the bills
At “Quince,” get immersed into the magic of a quinceañera.
Artist says new Johnson Avenue mural is “like a fresh breath of air”
“Spaces in Brooklyn are more open to all types of drag,” says Bobby LeMaire “You can do whatever as long as you can give a show.”
Comedy shows! More comedy shows! And local eco-rapper Hila the Killa!
Here’s a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood!