Location scouts definitely have Bushwick’s number…
On weekends behind the House Of Yes, Brooklyn Film Camera wants to take your picture
A growing list of music and entertainment venues are pushing for Congress to pass legislation for pandemic relief
Socially distanced events happening in and around Brooklyn, August 11 – 17
Ethel’s Club hosts its first-ever socially-distanced outdoor market centering local brands and restaurants by Black people and people of color.
Michael Alan and Jadda Cat Are At It Again
New show uses innovative shopping technology and features a variety of famous co-hosts.
Your guide to everything party and nightlife for Halloween
Nov10 organizes musical event to support Safe Passage Project – a nonprofit that provides lawyers for immigrant children
Celebrate art and community this Saturday.
The web series screens at Bushwick Film Festival… but it’s really made for your phone.
Find out what amazing directors are featured in this year’s line up!
The South Bushwick Reformed Church collaborated with the hit musical comedy on its debut Off-Broadway album.
This year, the Reel Sisters Film Festival prioritizes holding space and healing in more than 40 diverse works.
In A Burden To Bare, 24 artists explore the emotions, hardships and experiences that come after sexual assault.
Many local artists think it’s time Ridgewood had its own thing, so they created a more laid-back version of Bushwick Open Studios
Maisie Broome is a multidisciplinary artist working with wood, paper, textiles, and fashion.
Experience an outdoor show, where the neighborhood becomes part of the story.
Die Jim Crow is a non-profit shining the light on ex and currently incarcerated musicians.
Your guide to the best events and how to navigate the artistic madness this weekend.
Exponential Festival, a month-long performing arts festival, will be seen at Honey’s and Chez Bushwick.
Christine Sloan Stoddard new book explores issues of social inequality and personal identity through poetry and prose.