Twelve highlights of awesome articles published throughout the past year, all in one cozy collection
Time travel to a bygone era with your fingertips.
Staying local? Don’t celebrate? We got you.
In case you wanted to know how your commute is going to go before heading out into the world.
Parks Department workers discovered a silver .25 caliber gun hidden inside a work glove at Green Central Knoll Park on Monday, November 21.
Have you caught ’em all, Bushwick? Do so in good company at Father Knows Best this Friday!
Presenting a poll calibrating where in Bushwick our readers are most likely to freak out, in a good or bad way, upon bumping into an old acquaintance!
We humbly have to say that Bushwick Daily has never looked better!
Bushwick cyclists take note: there’s been a reshuffle in the neighborhood’s bike shop landscape in recent weeks
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance finding a 12-year-old Bushwick boy who has been missing since last week
Get ready to vote in the primaries again, Bushwick!
Following a Supreme Court failure to make a decision on keystone Obama administration immigration legislature Thursday, local organizations and community members announced that they would be rallying today at noon outside City Hall to express indignation with the country’s lawmakers
Not exactly a traditional burial: Police responding to a 911 call at Bushwick’s Most Holy Trinity Cemetery Thursday morning discovered the body of an unidentified man lying on the ground among the gra
Police raided a narcotics processing center hidden inside a smoke shop on Bushwick/Ridgewood border on Thursday morning, seizing large quantities of heroin and cocaine while arresting a man connected to the illegal operation
This week, the streets of Bushwick were filled with white, black and the romantic hues of reds and pinks (you sweethearts)! Check out these gorgeous Bushwickians keeping it chic, simple and utterly darling!
A New York City urban design institute’s single day L train shutdown solution competition yielded some interesting results, which L train riders will enjoy checking out
The NYPD released video late on Sunday night of a man who slashed a woman’s throat on a Bushwick street while attempting to rape her earlier that morning
Your input is requested at a meeting about Bushwick’s future: Bushwick residents have teamed up with Brooklyn Community Board 4, the Department of City Planning and the offices of local city council members Antonio Reynoso and Rafael Espinal to develop a community based approach to balancing “the desire to create and preserve affordable housing with the need to preserve Bushwick’s character
This past weekend, the worst mass shooting executed by a single individual in United States history took place in Orlando, Florida at a gay, Latin nightclub, starting hours after Brooklyn’s Pride parade had ended and ending in a bloody standoff hours before New York City’s Puerto Rican Day Parade kicked off
You don’t have to wait until Sunday for your (minor) sins to be forgiven this week: This Saturday, a Bushwick church is hosting the borough’s 4th ever “Begin Again” event, which provides locals with an opportunity to resolve any outstanding low-level “quality of life” summonses they might have on their legal records
Our Wicked Lady is quickly making a name for itself thanks to a rotating line up of awesome DJs, knowledgeable bartenders, and a newly opened massive rooftop (perhaps the holy trinity of bars? I digre
The first brunch will take place this Sunday and the rooftop will be open as long as those thunderstorms keep away!
A cyclist riding in a bike lane on Bushwick’s Evergreen Ave
A second meeting about the North Brooklyn Industry and Innovation Plan will be held by the NYC Department of City Planning in East Williamsburg at the St
North Brooklyn straphangers heading home from nine to fives on Monday evening got a taste of what a partial L train shutdown would feel like when signal problems caused significant delays along the line that runs between downtown Manhattan and Canarsie
A Wyckoff Avenue tattoo shop abruptly closed down last week, giving no notice to the organizers of a music and art festival it was scheduled to participate in
Have you ever wondered what it was like before Bushwick became the modern, creative, controversial neighborhood we all know?
A party at a landmarked mansion on Bushwick Ave Saturday night came to a sudden end when a third story deck crashed to the ground, injuring nearly 20 people
Many Bushwick residents wondered what happened to the animals retrieved from the roof and basement of 71 Central Ave after a February raid conducted by the ASPCA and the police
A worker was seriously injured in a fall from scaffolding on Wednesday evening at a Stanhope St construction site which was declared unsafe by the DOB three weeks prior to the accident
Bushwick’s Wilson Ave L train station went back into service this Tuesday after six weeks of repairs and renovations—and it cleans up nice
SPONSORED- With the days getting longer, the weather getting warmer and CSI Rentals nearby right in Bushwick, there really is no excuse to not start that photography or film project you have been putting off for forever
A robbery turned into a fire fight in Bushwick early Saturday morning as an off-duty officer exchanged shots with a group of 6 individuals who stole his Rolex and other jewelry, officials say
As early as fall of 2016 there might be 6-10 new bike lanes in Ridgewood. The bike lane plans are announced on the heels of similar projects in Sunnyside and Long Island City.
Jeff Kurzon hopes that younger voters’ enthusiasm for progressive policies ignited by a grassroots effort by Bernie Sanders and his supporters will land him a spot in the race for United States Congress representing New York’s 7th District in the June 28th Democratic Primary