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Salazar and Marte Exchange Accusations of Campaign Finance Violations in Heated State Senate Race

Salazar and Marte Exchange Accusations of Campaign Finance Violations in Heated State Senate Race

'It’s frustrating when you’re playing by the rules and your opponent is cheating,' Salazar says of Andy Marte's primary challenge

Hospitality Under Siege: Pizzette & Gordo's Cantina

Hospitality Under Siege: Pizzette & Gordo's Cantina

This edition of "Under Siege" profiles two eateries whose focus - apart from staying afloat in trying times - is food that speaks fluently their origin countries' culinary language.

Nat Grid Says They'll Restart Construction Following Williams Pipeline Rejection

Nat Grid Says They'll Restart Construction Following Williams Pipeline Rejection

'We know the fight is not over,' activists says of their fight against the pipeline extension

A Broken Social Scene On Crutches: 
Bushwick Booze To Go

A Broken Social Scene On Crutches: Bushwick Booze To Go

In order to survive the pandemic, several Bushwick bars have brought the party outdoors to meet drinkers in the warm spring air. Here a few area watering holes doing Bacchus' work.

Bushwick Mutual Aid Feeds Over 2,ooo  During Coronavirus Pandemic

Bushwick Mutual Aid Feeds Over 2,ooo During Coronavirus Pandemic

Cuomo Extends NY Stay-At-Home Order Until May 28

Cuomo Extends NY Stay-At-Home Order Until May 28

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order Thursday night extending New York "PAUSE" until May 28.

City Organization 'In It Together NYC' Working to Combat Food Insecurity During COVID19

City Organization 'In It Together NYC' Working to Combat Food Insecurity During COVID19

A city-wide grassroots, volunteer effort called In It Together NYC, is tackling food insecurity to ensure New Yorkers don’t go hungry during COVID-19 pandemic.

Salazar Wins Sanders' Support In State Senate Seat Fight

Salazar Wins Sanders' Support In State Senate Seat Fight

Sanders gives the fundraising nod to State Senators Julia Salazar and Mike Gianaris, a notable Amazon HQ2 antagonist

Op-Ed: All I Want for Mother's Day is 'Relief for All'

Op-Ed: All I Want for Mother's Day is 'Relief for All'

Jessica Franco is a small homeowner living in Cypress Hills and the Director of Community Affairs for New York State Senator Julia Salazar.

Sweet Chili, Acclaimed for Creative Southeast Asian Food, To Reopen For Pickup & Delivery

Sweet Chili, Acclaimed for Creative Southeast Asian Food, To Reopen For Pickup & Delivery

Congresswoman Velazquez Introduces Legislation to Make Pandemic Unemployment Funds Tax-Free

Congresswoman Velazquez Introduces Legislation to Make Pandemic Unemployment Funds Tax-Free

The congresswoman, whose district encompasses Bushwick, has introduced legislation in the House of Representatives that would make the $600 weekly benefit provided in the CARES Act tax free

Public Advocate Calls For Oversight and Data Protections in COVID-19 Contact Tracing Program

Public Advocate Calls For Oversight and Data Protections in COVID-19 Contact Tracing Program

Williams sent letters to both Mayor de Blasio and Gov Cuomo citing both the “strong public health potential of contact tracing programs and the inherent risks associated with of private information"

Bushwick’s Source For BBQ Brisket Pho Re-Opens for Delivery

Bushwick’s Source For BBQ Brisket Pho Re-Opens for Delivery

Brooklyn Supreme Court Puts Misba Abdin Back on the City Council Ballot for District 37

Brooklyn Supreme Court Puts Misba Abdin Back on the City Council Ballot for District 37

“Justice was served," candidate Misba Abdin says of a ruling overturning a Board Of Elections decision that nixed his campaign

NY Unemployment System Collapsing Amid Coronavirus Layoffs: Cuomo

NY Unemployment System Collapsing Amid Coronavirus Layoffs: Cuomo

New York alone accounts for almost 30% of the United States’ total cases of unemployment.

City Council Candidates Speak Out Against Cuomo’s Abrupt Cancellation  of Special Election

City Council Candidates Speak Out Against Cuomo’s Abrupt Cancellation of Special Election

Helping COVID-19 Frontline Workers Through Art

Helping COVID-19 Frontline Workers Through Art

A fine art rental subscription company called Curina has launched a COVID-19 benefit project and will donate 100% of its sale commission to delivering PPE

1 in 5 NYC Residents Tested Positive for COVID-19 Antibodies in Preliminary Statewide Study Results

1 in 5 NYC Residents Tested Positive for COVID-19 Antibodies in Preliminary Statewide Study Results

"Testing is going to be a major operation that happens from now until the situation is over. It's new, it's technical, it's complex"

Paperboy Love Prince Wins Petition Challenge and Will Remain on District 7 Ballot

Paperboy Love Prince Wins Petition Challenge and Will Remain on District 7 Ballot

Love Prince who is running against Incumbent Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez in the District 7 Democratic Primary Wins Their Petitioning Case and Will be on the voting ballot this June.

Congresswoman Sends out Community Stakeholder Coronavirus Update

Congresswoman Sends out Community Stakeholder Coronavirus Update

Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez, who holds New York’s 7th Congressional District seat, office has sent out a series of updates regarding COVID-19.

Restaurant 191 Knickerbocker Transforms Itself Into Source For Two Hot Squares a Day

Restaurant 191 Knickerbocker Transforms Itself Into Source For Two Hot Squares a Day

191 Knickerbocker, which prior to the COVID pandemic provided Bushwick with skillfully executed comfort food, has partnered with local organization Noise Church to help residents in need.

Bushwick Noise Compaints Spike as NYS Stays on PAUSE

Bushwick Noise Compaints Spike as NYS Stays on PAUSE

It comes as no surprise that in the city that never sleeps, when everyone is forced into their homes and closed quarters, 311 complaints experience a spike.

Bodega Ordering App Developed as Sales Plummet From Coronavirus Fallout

Bodega Ordering App Developed as Sales Plummet From Coronavirus Fallout

The app was developed by the Bodega and Small Business Association of New York and JungleWork, a tech company.

INTERVIEW: Razor Braids Discuss Their Debut Single "Nashville"

INTERVIEW: Razor Braids Discuss Their Debut Single "Nashville"

The quartet had a big 2019 and shows no signs of slowing down on their first official release.

Cuomo Says New Yorkers Can Vote by Mail for Upcoming Primary Election

Cuomo Says New Yorkers Can Vote by Mail for Upcoming Primary Election

Reduced polling locations could be a huge setback for in-person voting in Bushwick and Ridgewood as well, as both areas have reported a total of over 2,700 residents testing positive.

Elsewhere Space Hosting a Free Virtual Music Festival Tonight

Elsewhere Space Hosting a Free Virtual Music Festival Tonight

Brooklyn Renters are Organizing, Sharing Resources and Lobbying Cuomo on Facebook

Brooklyn Renters are Organizing, Sharing Resources and Lobbying Cuomo on Facebook

Grove resident Matt Clifford created a Facebook page in which the city and state governments' response to the COVID crisis is sharply criticized and resources useful to impacted renters are collected.