Tiffany Cordero

36 Publications
Gentle Perch: Southern BBQ, Korean Style

Gentle Perch: Southern BBQ, Korean Style

The new East Williamsburg fusion joint Gentle Perch is already making waves in the food world

Live Music Survives at the Bodeguita

Live Music Survives at the Bodeguita

Five Young Brooklynites Team up with Local Non-Profit for Holiday Drive to Benefit Homeless

Five Young Brooklynites Team up with Local Non-Profit for Holiday Drive to Benefit Homeless

Concrete Luxury group teams up with Providence House for Holiday Drive to benefit homeless families in transition to permanent housing.

Bushwick food pantries prepare for Thanksgiving despite setbacks

Bushwick food pantries prepare for Thanksgiving despite setbacks

Despite food shortages, Bushwick food pantries are gearing up to serve Thanksgiving meals to hungry Brooklynites.

Freedom Always Been Ours: An Outdoor Market Celebration

Freedom Always Been Ours: An Outdoor Market Celebration

Ethel’s Club hosts its first-ever socially-distanced outdoor market centering local brands and restaurants by Black people and people of color.

Bushwick Mutual Aid Feeds Over 2,ooo  During Coronavirus Pandemic

Bushwick Mutual Aid Feeds Over 2,ooo During Coronavirus Pandemic

Salazar Slams Aggressive Caller, “Do not ever threaten my staff. I signed up for this; they did not”

Salazar Slams Aggressive Caller, “Do not ever threaten my staff. I signed up for this; they did not”

From hate mail to conspiracy theories, Senator Salazar can take it. But don’t ever mess with her staff.

Salazar Campaign Hosting a Campaign Fundraiser and Debate Watch Party Tonight

Salazar Campaign Hosting a Campaign Fundraiser and Debate Watch Party Tonight

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.

Evil Twin Brewing Opens Evil Twin Coffee in Ridgewood

Evil Twin Brewing Opens Evil Twin Coffee in Ridgewood

Nestled inside Evil Twin greenhouse taproom is the new café, which serves locally roasted Sey Coffee

Exclusive Club for POC Opens in East Williamsburg

Exclusive Club for POC Opens in East Williamsburg

Ethels Club is the first exclusively private membership and workspace club to open in Brooklyn

Celebrate Halloween with Spooky Films and Free Cider this Thursday

Celebrate Halloween with Spooky Films and Free Cider this Thursday

Brooklyn Cider House hosts holiday festivities at their BOOshwick location.

Bushwick Music Venue Hosts Benefit for Immigrant Services

Bushwick Music Venue Hosts Benefit for Immigrant Services

Nov10 organizes musical event to support Safe Passage Project – a nonprofit that provides lawyers for immigrant children

Evil Twin Brewing’s New Ridgewood Location Isn’t Just for Beer Drinkers

Evil Twin Brewing’s New Ridgewood Location Isn’t Just for Beer Drinkers

A Female-Focused Co-Working Space is Coming to Williamsburg with Childcare and Lactation Room

A Female-Focused Co-Working Space is Coming to Williamsburg with Childcare and Lactation Room

This trans and non-binary inclusive space offers multiple amenities.

Nostalgic Disco Dance Bar from the Seawolf Team Opens in Williamsburg

Nostalgic Disco Dance Bar from the Seawolf Team Opens in Williamsburg

New Mixed-Used Development with Laundry Room and Retail Space Is Coming to Myrtle-Wyckoff

New Mixed-Used Development with Laundry Room and Retail Space Is Coming to Myrtle-Wyckoff

Plans were unveiled for new mixed-use building At 310 St. Nicholas Avenue in Bushwick.

Williamsburg Is Opening Its First Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Williamsburg Is Opening Its First Medical Marijuana Dispensary

NBA Player & Seven Footer Start Apothecary for Athletes in Bushwick

NBA Player & Seven Footer Start Apothecary for Athletes in Bushwick

Former player of the Brooklyn Nets opened an athlete-focused apothecary.

A New Doggy Daycare Comes to Bushwick with Puppy Ice Cream Parties

A New Doggy Daycare Comes to Bushwick with Puppy Ice Cream Parties

Get 50 percent off services through the end of August!

New Late-Night Korean Restaurant Will be Your Favorite After Hours Spot in Bushwick

New Late-Night Korean Restaurant Will be Your Favorite After Hours Spot in Bushwick

After Juno shuttered its doors after a facelift, Kichin swept into their spot, establishing a dine-in after successful pop-ups.

Espinal Pushes for Development of Comprehensive Urban Agricultural Plan to Aid Community Health

Espinal Pushes for Development of Comprehensive Urban Agricultural Plan to Aid Community Health

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.

Team Behind Seawolf Brings a Year-Round Rooftop Bar and Mediterranean Restaurant to Bushwick

Team Behind Seawolf Brings a Year-Round Rooftop Bar and Mediterranean Restaurant to Bushwick

East Williamsburg Chef to Take on Zero Waste Challenge at NYC’S Food Waste Fair

East Williamsburg Chef to Take on Zero Waste Challenge at NYC’S Food Waste Fair

With sustainability at its core, chef Naama Tamir of the Lighthouse will tackle the city’s Zero Food Waste cooking challenge.

New Report Shows Disproportionate Risk to Latinx Communities from Climate Change

New Report Shows Disproportionate Risk to Latinx Communities from Climate Change

NYC’s Finest Culinary Talent Aims to End Childhood Hunger at the Brooklyn Expo Center this April

NYC’s Finest Culinary Talent Aims to End Childhood Hunger at the Brooklyn Expo Center this April

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.

Citi Bike Is Coming to Bushwick this Spring

Citi Bike Is Coming to Bushwick this Spring

The Department of Transortation confirmed bringing Citi Bike docks to the L train stations.

New York Climate and Community Protection Act Will Invest into Low-Income and Communities of Color

New York Climate and Community Protection Act Will Invest into Low-Income and Communities of Color

The proposed legislation has been hailed as one of the most progressive climate change policies.

Local Woman Starts Nonprofit to Serve Bushwick Community with Workshops on Art and Wellness

Local Woman Starts Nonprofit to Serve Bushwick Community with Workshops on Art and Wellness

Reese Samuel is gifting the community with free workshops on a variety of topics, including career development.

No Love in February for Shwick Market

No Love in February for Shwick Market

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

Brooklyn Style and Black History To Be Celebrated by Black Artstory Month with Upcoming Fashion Show

Brooklyn Style and Black History To Be Celebrated by Black Artstory Month with Upcoming Fashion Show

“Celebrate the ways Black Brooklyn has been a cultural hub for centuries.”

Celebrate Black History Month at Free Symposium of Brooklyn’s Hip Hop and Art History

Celebrate Black History Month at Free Symposium of Brooklyn’s Hip Hop and Art History

Shwick Market Celebrates Love, Music and Black History This February

Shwick Market Celebrates Love, Music and Black History This February

And they are still accepting vendors and participants for all these events!

Blue Point Brewery’s New Lager is Inspired By L Train Chaos

Blue Point Brewery’s New Lager is Inspired By L Train Chaos

Bushwick’s Superlost Coffee Launches First Ready-to-Drink CBD Cold Brew

Bushwick’s Superlost Coffee Launches First Ready-to-Drink CBD Cold Brew

No more jitters, just energy.

What Happens After the L Train Shutdown Was Cancelled

What Happens After the L Train Shutdown Was Cancelled

City Officials are upset with Gov. Cuomo’s announcement; landlords are ready to raise the rent.

Celebrity Chef Gives Bushwick’s Juno a Makeover

Celebrity Chef Gives Bushwick’s Juno a Makeover

From dive bar to dreamy brunch spot.