A Night At The Red Pavilion
“All of our talent is local…
A meditation on public and private mourning, now at a gallery in a Bushwick
The new East Williamsburg fusion joint Gentle Perch is already making waves in the food world
Concrete Luxury group teams up with Providence House for Holiday Drive to benefit homeless families in transition to permanent housing.
Despite food shortages, Bushwick food pantries are gearing up to serve Thanksgiving meals to hungry Brooklynites.
Ethel’s Club hosts its first-ever socially-distanced outdoor market centering local brands and restaurants by Black people and people of color.
From hate mail to conspiracy theories, Senator Salazar can take it. But don’t ever mess with her staff.
The State Senator and her team are continuing their tradition hosting a debate watch party at The Well while meeting constituents and raising money for the campaign.
Nestled inside Evil Twin greenhouse taproom is the new café, which serves locally roasted Sey Coffee
Ethels Club is the first exclusively private membership and workspace club to open in Brooklyn
Brooklyn Cider House hosts holiday festivities at their BOOshwick location.
Nov10 organizes musical event to support Safe Passage Project – a nonprofit that provides lawyers for immigrant children
This trans and non-binary inclusive space offers multiple amenities.
Plans were unveiled for new mixed-use building At 310 St. Nicholas Avenue in Bushwick.
Former player of the Brooklyn Nets opened an athlete-focused apothecary.
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After Juno shuttered its doors after a facelift, Kichin swept into their spot, establishing a dine-in after successful pop-ups.
On June 11, the New York City Council’s Committee on Land Use held a hearing on Council Member Rafael Espinal’s bill calling for the development of an urban agricultural plan.
With sustainability at its core, chef Naama Tamir of the Lighthouse will tackle the city’s Zero Food Waste cooking challenge.
On April 17, some of the city’s best culinary minds will come together in support of the fight to end childhood hunger across the country during Taste of the Nation’s charity event.
The Department of Transortation confirmed bringing Citi Bike docks to the L train stations.
The proposed legislation has been hailed as one of the most progressive climate change policies.
Reese Samuel is gifting the community with free workshops on a variety of topics, including career development.
Shwick Market promised three incredible events, The Love Market, Battle of the Bands and The Black Market. However, they fell short when both the BoTB and The Black Market were abruptly canceled
“Celebrate the ways Black Brooklyn has been a cultural hub for centuries.”
And they are still accepting vendors and participants for all these events!
No more jitters, just energy.