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VIDEO: From Banking to Baguettes in the Shadow of the M

VIDEO: From Banking to Baguettes in the Shadow of the M

Few of us have the capacity to truly reinvent ourselves

Activist Gospel Group ‘Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir’ to Perform at EcoStation Benefit This Thursday

Activist Gospel Group ‘Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir’ to Perform at EcoStation Benefit This Thursday

Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir are bringing their unique brand of activist gospel performance to Lot 45 (411 Troutman St, Bushwick) this coming Thursday in a benefit for EcoStation:NY

Definitely Visit Topos: Ridgewood’s New Place for Books, Coffee, and Conversation

Definitely Visit Topos: Ridgewood’s New Place for Books, Coffee, and Conversation

Just in time for beach reading season, we’ve discovered a gem of a used bookstore tucked away in Ridgewood: Topos Bookstore Café

Giant Nelson Mandela Mural Appears Overnight, Transforming White Castle Parking Lot

Giant Nelson Mandela Mural Appears Overnight, Transforming White Castle Parking Lot

BOS may be over, but Bushwick never stops making art

Group Encouraging Bushwick Residents to Stand Up to Shady Landlords Rallies Tomorrow in Maria Hernandez Park

Group Encouraging Bushwick Residents to Stand Up to Shady Landlords Rallies Tomorrow in Maria Hernandez Park

Ask any New Yorker about a bad experience with a landlord, and they’ll probably have a story or two to tell

This Bushwick Program Could Turn You Into An Urban Farmer. Apply Now!

This Bushwick Program Could Turn You Into An Urban Farmer. Apply Now!

It’s no secret that Brooklynites take their food seriously, and Bushwick is no different

New Belgian Beer House The Monk Is Right At Home In Ridgewood

New Belgian Beer House The Monk Is Right At Home In Ridgewood

A Belgian IPA served on draft at the monk All Photos by Lucia Reed for Bushwick Daily Something about Ridgewood brings me back to earlier–dare I say simpler–times. It’s easy to imagine the storefronts along Fresh Pond Road as they looked decades ago–they probably haven’t changed too much since. And that’s why the monk, a […]

NYC Community Gardens are in Danger: Bushwick’s El Garden to Rally for Survival at City Hall Tomorrow

NYC Community Gardens are in Danger: Bushwick’s El Garden to Rally for Survival at City Hall Tomorrow

A few weeks ago, we told you about the crisis facing Bushwick’s El Garden, one of the 17 community gardens on public land across the city at risk of being leveled to create new housing developments

Bushwick’s “El Garden” Could Be Razed to Create New Housing. Sign the Petition to Save It

Bushwick’s “El Garden” Could Be Razed to Create New Housing. Sign the Petition to Save It

Increasing affordable housing and creating community green space are both laudable goals to pursue in the ongoing evolution of NYC’s neighborhoods, but a recent decision from city hall to invite developers to turn community gardens across the city into construction sites for new affordable housing seems to pit the two objectives against each other

Revelers At Winter Solstice Feast Eat, Drink, and Be Merry, Celebrating Food and Community

Revelers At Winter Solstice Feast Eat, Drink, and Be Merry, Celebrating Food and Community

Supporters of Bushwick non-profit

Winter Solstice Feast to Showcase Local Food and Booze to Benefit Food Justice in Bushwick

Winter Solstice Feast to Showcase Local Food and Booze to Benefit Food Justice in Bushwick

The winter solstice is coming to Bushwick two days early this year

Bushwick’s Mayday Space Gears Up For People’s Climate March This Sunday

Bushwick’s Mayday Space Gears Up For People’s Climate March This Sunday

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Farm-In-The-Sky Kickstarter Seeks to Bring a Rooftop Farm to Bushwick

Farm-In-The-Sky Kickstarter Seeks to Bring a Rooftop Farm to Bushwick

Bushwick non-profit Ecostation:NY has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a community-oriented rooftop farm

Memorial Day Brought Fire to Sea Town Supermarket in Bushwick

Memorial Day Brought Fire to Sea Town Supermarket in Bushwick

If you walked past Myrtle Avenue and Linden Street around 3:00PM on this blazing-hot Memorial Day, you probably noticed a swarm of fire trucks surrounding Sea Town Supermarket

5 Reasons to Get Out to Bushwick Farmers’ Market This Season

5 Reasons to Get Out to Bushwick Farmers’ Market This Season

Bushwick Farmers’ Market is back! Our local purveyor of farm-fresh produce returns Saturday, May 31 to its flagship location in Maria Hernandez Park

The Season’s Final Bushwick Farmers’ Market Offers Rare Food Finds

The Season’s Final Bushwick Farmers’ Market Offers Rare Food Finds

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You’ve Officially Been Given Permission to Smash Pumpkins

You’ve Officially Been Given Permission to Smash Pumpkins

Do you like smashing pumpkins? No, we don’t mean the band fronted by that creepy looking bald guy with the “zero” t-shirt – we’re talking about that annual cathartic ritual favored by rebellious adolescents everywhere Halloween is celebrated

Calabazafest! 2013 Brings Fall Family Fun to Maria Hernandez Park

Calabazafest! 2013 Brings Fall Family Fun to Maria Hernandez Park

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Rheingold Brewery Rezoning Update: Community Group Meets Tonight

Rheingold Brewery Rezoning Update: Community Group Meets Tonight

Are you concerned about the proposed rezoning of the former Rheingold Brewery complex? As we’ve reported, many concerned Bushwick residents have felt left out of the approval process for the rezoning, which would allow for the construction of nearly 1,000 apartment units in brand new 7- and 8-story apartment buildings near the Flushing Avenue J-train stop in northwest Bushwick

BKROT Makes Composting Easy, Supports Bushwick’s Urban Farms

BKROT Makes Composting Easy, Supports Bushwick’s Urban Farms

As good Brooklynites, we here at Bushwick Daily are familiar with the virtues of composting our food scraps

Twin Sister Live in Bushwick, Dish Details on New Album

Twin Sister Live in Bushwick, Dish Details on New Album

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