Do you dig Shakespeare, but wish his stuff was less theater and more a live DJ set with political undertones? If so, here’s the show for you!
Have you ever wondered what it was like before Bushwick became the modern, creative, controversial neighborhood we all know?
Travelers who hate flocking to beaten path museums and landmarks and who would prefer to spend the day exploring quirky neighborhoods may have been excited to hear about the new iOS app Where Is Williamsburg
Do you hate Valentine’s Day, but love boobs and comedy? Well then, reader, here is the event for you: this Tuesday, February 16th, Boobs of Bushwick and Bushwick Bears Comedy are partnering to throw a Fu** V-Day Extravaganza at Lot 45
OK, your mom, your boyfriend/girlfriend – you’re golden in that gifting department
This article originally appeared in Bushwick Notebook #2
Think how cool it would be if you walked into an art gallery and saw a photo portrait of yourself on display
You know this scene all too well: you’re running late to work and have to forego that morning coffee at your local joint when you see the line is 10 people deep
Bushwick Open Studios is the best but the icing on top of the cake was without question, the Bushwick Collective Block Party
Say what you will about tastebuds, but it’s practically undeniable that nothing tastes as good as free food
Every Bushwick resident tends to have strong opinions about the luxury apartment building at 114 Troutman St
While Monday’s Apple Keynote put the Apple Watch and the new gold Macbook on everybody’s mind, right here on Wyckoff Ave in Bushwick we got to see the premiere of the new Eye Phone! Yarn is the medium of choice for recent Bushwick transplant, London Kaye, who’s been peppering Bushwick with loads of crocheted graffiti gems (like these wearable Power Ranger masks – her personal favorite Bushwick piece)