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Bushwick’s Precycle is Finally Open for Zero Waste Shopping

Bushwick’s Precycle is Finally Open for Zero Waste Shopping

Get package-free groceries, household products, & beauty supplies right here in the neighborhood

From the Practical to the Spiritual: An Experimental Cross-Artistic Performance Comes to Ridgewood

From the Practical to the Spiritual: An Experimental Cross-Artistic Performance Comes to Ridgewood

Laurel Snyder’s new dance LOOP comes to The Footlight

New Zero-Waste Food Store Precycle Aims To Educate & Build Community

New Zero-Waste Food Store Precycle Aims To Educate & Build Community

Woman-owned shop will open on Starr Street next month.

Tour Bushwick Community Gardens by Foot or Bike Next Saturday

Tour Bushwick Community Gardens by Foot or Bike Next Saturday

Explore a greener side of Bushwick next weekend on this FREE tour with a fun after-party on September 15.

BuzzFeed News Revealed Troubling Findings From Secret NYPD Files

BuzzFeed News Revealed Troubling Findings From Secret NYPD Files

If you have a personal story about possible wrongdoing by the 83rd Precinct, please email us.

Kicking Ass and Taking Coats: Laurel Snyder’s solosarehardtomake

Kicking Ass and Taking Coats: Laurel Snyder’s solosarehardtomake

Follow our multimedia heroine on a stream of consciousness romp that’s equal parts funny, sad, Twin Peaks, and Tori Amos. In a living room. With fireworks.

A Beautiful New Mural by Local Teens is Finished on Broadway

A Beautiful New Mural by Local Teens is Finished on Broadway

The Making His’tory team sought to “inspire young men of color to know their value and know their rights.”

LoftOpera’s Le Comte Ory: A Modern Technicolor Family Circus in Bushwick

LoftOpera’s Le Comte Ory: A Modern Technicolor Family Circus in Bushwick

We had been promised guys posing as nuns, astroturf, 2,500 pieces of fake fruit, a moving stage, and circus performers

Brooklyn’s LoftOpera Mounts Another Sexy, Audacious Production With Le Comte Ory

Brooklyn’s LoftOpera Mounts Another Sexy, Audacious Production With Le Comte Ory

“Right now, I’m figuring out how to make—or come across—10 hot pink nun habits in men’s sizes,” says Daniel Ellis-Ferris, Founder and Executive Producer of Brooklyn’s LoftOpera, on organizing the company’s June production of Le Comte Ory

Scholes Street Studio: For the Music You Can’t Hear in Bars

Scholes Street Studio: For the Music You Can’t Hear in Bars

Bushwick’s DIY music scene gets a lot of hype—but one local space is offering musicians with more formal training a place to collaborate, play, and perform

Watch Jemima Kirke (of “Girls”) Interview An Ancient Alien at a Bushwick Film Premiere

Watch Jemima Kirke (of “Girls”) Interview An Ancient Alien at a Bushwick Film Premiere

The short film The Joanne Holiday Show, debuting Monday at House of Yes, is hard to develop a genre portmanteau for

Incinerate Your Aversion to Performance Art Tonight at Panoply’s Trauma Salon, Then Rise From the Ashes

Incinerate Your Aversion to Performance Art Tonight at Panoply’s Trauma Salon, Then Rise From the Ashes

 

Matthew Silver’s Circus of Dreams Continues to Inspire & Entertain

Matthew Silver’s Circus of Dreams Continues to Inspire & Entertain

The moment every inch of pinchable skin on Jeffrey Freer’s naked body had gotten clipped with a clothespin and he stood on stage screaming in delight and pain, spraying his crotch with red Silly String, I knew my past-bedtime sojourn to Bizarre Bar on Wednesday night was not in vain

Cherylween V11: Bi Sells Out Secret Project Robot

Cherylween V11: Bi Sells Out Secret Project Robot

Cheryl (The Dance Party That Will Ruin Your Life) is too intense an event for me to attend every month, though I’ve been to probably two a year since their 2008 debut at erstwhile classy dive Royale in Park Slope. Cheryl is a handful of semi-anonymous dance cats who, above all else, prize glitter, shoulder pads, fake blood, […]

A Review of Disco Era Nightz: Two Bushwick Books Continue to Depict Life in the Neighborhood

A Review of Disco Era Nightz: Two Bushwick Books Continue to Depict Life in the Neighborhood