After A Hurricane, Bushwick’s Superior Elevation Records Reopens

After A Hurricane, Bushwick’s Superior Elevation Records Reopens

The popular record store moves down a few blocks

Events Happening This Week(end) (February 3 – February 9) in and Around Bushwick

Events Happening This Week(end) (February 3 – February 9) in and Around Bushwick

We’ve listed a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.

Events Happening This Week(end) (Jan. 28 – Feb. 2) in and Around Bushwick

Events Happening This Week(end) (Jan. 28 – Feb. 2) in and Around Bushwick

We’ve listed a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.

HBO Comes To Queens

HBO Comes To Queens

A comedian finds his voice filming things in a Bushwick-adjacent neighborhood in Queens.

Review: Tanyth Berkeley’s Pandemic-Era Portraiture

Review: Tanyth Berkeley’s Pandemic-Era Portraiture

A New York photographer of city life tries to not capture gentrification.

‘Ode to Badu’ and Other Poems

‘Ode to Badu’ and Other Poems

A collection of poems touching on Biggie, Nas, nights in Brooklyn and more crafted by local poet Latif Askia Ba.

Review: Sholeh Asgary Keeps The Rug Up

Review: Sholeh Asgary Keeps The Rug Up

At an immersive gallery show in Bushwick, waves of sound are meant to bring to mind rushing water.

Bushwick’s Ornithology Jazz Club Serves up Vegan Food and Free Nightly Jam Sessions

Bushwick’s Ornithology Jazz Club Serves up Vegan Food and Free Nightly Jam Sessions

Musicians and locals alike can enjoy the nightly shows or partake and experiment with an original piece. The idea is to create a ‘permissive environment’ where music can be explored, said co-owner Mitchell Borden.

‘Bottom of the Ocean’ Takes Viewers on an Immersive Journey in the Hidden Underworld of Bushwick

‘Bottom of the Ocean’ Takes Viewers on an Immersive Journey in the Hidden Underworld of Bushwick

Described by its creator as a “serene guided meditation,” Bottom of the Ocean takes audience members to an underground world full of unusual rituals.

Signs in Bushwick Speak of the Floraissance: an Upcoming Worldwide Movement

Signs in Bushwick Speak of the Floraissance: an Upcoming Worldwide Movement

The pandemic has obscured the signs to the public, but artist André Feliciano, who coined the term “Floraissance” is optimistic about its future.

DorDor Gallery Closes Indefinitely, as Curator Transitions to Emerging Art-Centric Social Media Platform

DorDor Gallery Closes Indefinitely, as Curator Transitions to Emerging Art-Centric Social Media Platform

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.

Q&A: Bushwick Native Alexandra Abril Makes her Mark at High Hopes Tattoo

Q&A: Bushwick Native Alexandra Abril Makes her Mark at High Hopes Tattoo

The queer woman-owned shop opened its doors in July 2020.

Save Wilson Live: Bushwick’s Community Jazz and Social Club Needs Our Help

Save Wilson Live: Bushwick’s Community Jazz and Social Club Needs Our Help

After four years of growing, the beloved lounge, musical home and studio, Wilson Live, was severely damaged by Hurricane Ida.

Poll: Vote for the Best Music Venue in/Around Bushwick 2021

Poll: Vote for the Best Music Venue in/Around Bushwick 2021

It’s up to you, neighbors. Time to name the best music venue in/around Bushwick!

Checking in With Merrie Cherry, the Bushwig Icon and Dragula Star

Checking in With Merrie Cherry, the Bushwig Icon and Dragula Star

The founding member of Bushwig discusses the meaning of drag, starring in season four of Dragula and the recent loss of her grandmother.

NYC Startup Curina Lets You Rent-to-Own Work Made by Local Artists

NYC Startup Curina Lets You Rent-to-Own Work Made by Local Artists

Ninety percent of the startup’s artists are based in Brooklyn, including several in Bushwick.

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Bushwick Spaces to Connect With Your Higher Self, in Honor of 11/11

Bushwick Spaces to Connect With Your Higher Self, in Honor of 11/11

A list of local Bushwick yoga studios, places to meditate, an acupuncture studio and more!

Call for Nominations: Bushwick’s Best Music Venue 2021

Call for Nominations: Bushwick’s Best Music Venue 2021

Let’s hear your nominations for the best music venue in and around the neighborhood!

‘Polycurious,’ a Bushwick-Based Podcast, Explores Relationship Structures and Delves Into Ethical Non-Monogamy

‘Polycurious,’ a Bushwick-Based Podcast, Explores Relationship Structures and Delves Into Ethical Non-Monogamy

The second season is set to be released in February of 2022, and the podcast is currently looking for people who are just dipping their toes into their non-monogamy journeys.

Meet La Zavaleta: Bushwig’s Queen Starring in Season Four of ‘Dragula’

Meet La Zavaleta: Bushwig’s Queen Starring in Season Four of ‘Dragula’

“You have to be unique,” said La Zavaleta.

Art Review: Mary DeVincentis’ Work Explores Our Heightened Sense of Mortality

Art Review: Mary DeVincentis’ Work Explores Our Heightened Sense of Mortality

Mary DeVincentis’ new exhibit “Alone In This Together” conveys poignant narratives from moments during the pandemic of unimaginable, surreal circumstances fraught with connection, dark humor and hope.

‘Domingo a Las 4:’ a New Outdoor Photography Installation About Finding Community as an Immigrant in NYC

‘Domingo a Las 4:’ a New Outdoor Photography Installation About Finding Community as an Immigrant in NYC

Swing by Reinaldo Salgado Playground to see the photos, catch a game of fútbol and enjoy some empanadas and, if it’s cold, some canelazo.

An Introduction to Temple, an Event Space for Exploring the Intersections of Art and Kink

An Introduction to Temple, an Event Space for Exploring the Intersections of Art and Kink

Temple offers community to practitioners, students, artists and those who are interested in learning more about rope, movement, meditation and more.

Want To See Bushwick in the 80s? Check Out Meryl Meisler’s New Free Outdoor Exhibit

Want To See Bushwick in the 80s? Check Out Meryl Meisler’s New Free Outdoor Exhibit

Twenty of Meryl Meisler’s photos of Bushwick in the 1980s and 1990s are installed on fence outside of the Roland Hayes schoolyard.

Bushwick’s New Rental Wardrobe, the Costume Closet, Offers ‘Festival-inspired’ Costumes for Any Occasion

Bushwick’s New Rental Wardrobe, the Costume Closet, Offers ‘Festival-inspired’ Costumes for Any Occasion

The Costume Closet, Bushwick’s new costume rental wardrobe, opens just in time for Halloween.

Your Guide to the 2021 Bushwick Film Festival

Your Guide to the 2021 Bushwick Film Festival

The 14th annual Bushwick Film Festival will be the biggest one yet, said founder and CEO Kweighbaye Kotee.

Events Happening This Week (October 14 – October 20) in and Around Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (October 14 – October 20) in and Around Bushwick

We’ve listed a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.

Bushwick Film Workers Hopeful the Looming IATSE Strike Will Change Industry Culture

Bushwick Film Workers Hopeful the Looming IATSE Strike Will Change Industry Culture

For Bushwick film workers, the IATSE strike indicates a potential shift in how the film industry operates.

Events Happening This Week (October 7 – October 13) in and Around Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (October 7 – October 13) in and Around Bushwick

We’ve listed a whole week’s worth of free and affordable events happening in and around the neighborhood.

Bushwick Hairstyles: Who Makes the Cut?

Bushwick Hairstyles: Who Makes the Cut?

“Oh, I do this shit myself.”

Art Review: On Jefferson Avenue, These Paintings Haunt

Art Review: On Jefferson Avenue, These Paintings Haunt

A new timely art show in Bed Stuy showcases the spooky works of Cathleen Clarke.

Take Off “To the Moon” This Weekend at Street Artist Gazoo’s Art and Music Festival

Take Off “To the Moon” This Weekend at Street Artist Gazoo’s Art and Music Festival

Local Bushwick street artist Gazoo ToTheMoon brings a weekend long art and music festival to the neighborhood.

Photos: Bushwick Locals Make Their Mark at Governors Ball 2021

Photos: Bushwick Locals Make Their Mark at Governors Ball 2021

Governors Ball 2021, which ran from Sept. 24-26, featured some of Bushwick’s top musicians, vendors and fans.

Events Happening This Week (September 30-October 6) in and Around Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (September 30-October 6) in and Around Bushwick

A World Sake Day pop up at Mika, an evening of songs and stories at Wet Spot, the return of Bare Book Club and more! These are the events happening this week (September 30 – October 6) in and around Bushwick.

Sebastian Sommer: Why I Had to Film My Last Short in Bushwick

Sebastian Sommer: Why I Had to Film My Last Short in Bushwick

Sebastian Sommer, a Brooklyn filmmaker, writes about filming his most recent and final short film, “Apostrophe,” in Bushwick.

New Ridgewood Gallery Opens in an Unexpected Space

New Ridgewood Gallery Opens in an Unexpected Space

“Part of the idea is to create opportunity, in some small measure, for artists.”