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Local Salvadoran-American Author Releases New Book About Racism, Sexism, and Shame

Local Salvadoran-American Author Releases New Book About Racism, Sexism, and Shame

Christine Sloan Stoddard new book explores issues of social inequality and personal identity through poetry and prose.

Legendary Gamer, Narcissa Wright, Is Star of New Documentary About Identity and Speedrunning

Legendary Gamer, Narcissa Wright, Is Star of New Documentary About Identity and Speedrunning

Openness and vulnerability transcend the digital space.

Local Strippers Collaborate on Project with an Empowering Message

Local Strippers Collaborate on Project with an Empowering Message

"Pay My Rent" is the brainchild of Valley Latini and Jacq the Stripper.

Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival Kicks Off this Friday in Bushwick

Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival Kicks Off this Friday in Bushwick

Featuring more than 150 live performers, the festival celebrates diversity and inclusivity.

A New Mural in Bushwick is Here to Remind You of Your Passions

A New Mural in Bushwick is Here to Remind You of Your Passions

Photographer John Edmonds Will Have Large Scale Public Art Installed in Bushwick

Photographer John Edmonds Will Have Large Scale Public Art Installed in Bushwick

Brooklyn-based photographer John Edmonds was awarded the inaugural UOVO Prize, designed for an emerging Brooklyn artist.

MoMA PS1 Warm Up DJ will Be Performing Live at Bushwick's 'The Living Installation' this Weekend

MoMA PS1 Warm Up DJ will Be Performing Live at Bushwick's 'The Living Installation' this Weekend

Tim "Love" Lee of MoMA Ps1's warm up series is teaming up with The Living Installation to create an Immersive sound experience.

Bodeguita Hosts Diverse Comedy Show with a Bushwick Voice

Bodeguita Hosts Diverse Comedy Show with a Bushwick Voice

With 20 shows under its sleeve, Easy Listening Comedy is gaining recognition.

Citizenship, Identity, and Immigration: A New Play by Women of Color Will Debut in Ridgewood

Citizenship, Identity, and Immigration: A New Play by Women of Color Will Debut in Ridgewood

“No Place” poses the question: “What happens to a person when undertaking an extreme journey of migration?”

Two Local Artists Among Nine Women to Lead Hospital-Based Mural Project in NYC

Two Local Artists Among Nine Women to Lead Hospital-Based Mural Project in NYC

New Bushwick Web Series Highlighting Gentrification Is Now Streaming

New Bushwick Web Series Highlighting Gentrification Is Now Streaming

A Pop-Up Graffiti Museum in Williamsburg Takes Us Beyond the Streets

A Pop-Up Graffiti Museum in Williamsburg Takes Us Beyond the Streets

7 Bushwick Podcasts to Listen to in 2019

7 Bushwick Podcasts to Listen to in 2019

Gentrification, comedy, art -- Bushwick has a podcast for everything.

New Gallery in Ridgewood Will Give Underrepresented Artists a Space for Their Work

New Gallery in Ridgewood Will Give Underrepresented Artists a Space for Their Work

The Cargo Project Gallery held its first exhibit on July 3 with work from a Korean designer.

Z-Line Poetry: "Madre America"

Z-Line Poetry: "Madre America"

Our OG Bushwick poet comes back for our third installment.

Celebrate Latinx Heritage at Free Performing Arts Series in Bushwick This August

Celebrate Latinx Heritage at Free Performing Arts Series in Bushwick This August

The free series kicks off August 3 through 8 for individuals who identify as Latinx to connect with the broader Latinx community.

Despite Elimination, Big Jaz Is still Brooklyn’s Ink Master

Despite Elimination, Big Jaz Is still Brooklyn’s Ink Master

Bushwick Artist Fights Social Media Nipple Censorship Despite Continuous Ban

Bushwick Artist Fights Social Media Nipple Censorship Despite Continuous Ban

“What gender is this nipple? Who can tell with certainty? Who gets to decide? Is it a threat to the public? Does it need to be removed? Does it violate the community standard?”

An Homage to Ridgewood's Textile Past: Local Mothers Collaborate for New Art Show at Supermoon

An Homage to Ridgewood's Textile Past: Local Mothers Collaborate for New Art Show at Supermoon

Founder of Supermoon Art Space invited local women to create a multidisciplinary art show alongside their children.

A Live Nude Public Body Painting Event Is Coming to Bushwick

A Live Nude Public Body Painting Event Is Coming to Bushwick

A New Trans Non-Binary Sitcom Shot in Bushwick Airs this Week

A New Trans Non-Binary Sitcom Shot in Bushwick Airs this Week

A trans non-binary dating columnist works to make their peace with monogamy in Brooklyn, while their friends stir up their own intimate exploits.

Bushwick Artist Brittany Knapp Tackles Sexual Assault, Trauma, and the “Ideal Victim”

Bushwick Artist Brittany Knapp Tackles Sexual Assault, Trauma, and the “Ideal Victim”

Her activist-based work on the criminal justice system will be on display this summer in Bushwick.

A Rapidly Gentrifying Bushwick Is the Star of an Ethereal Documentary Premiering at BAM June 22

A Rapidly Gentrifying Bushwick Is the Star of an Ethereal Documentary Premiering at BAM June 22

The story of a webcam model, pigeon keeper, and a man haunted by ghosts, come together in at the backdrop of Bushwick.

Local Studio Confronts Artistic Censorship Head-on With new Exhibition

Local Studio Confronts Artistic Censorship Head-on With new Exhibition

Known for avant-garde displays, Living Installation is back with another intriguing performance

New East Williamsburg Mural Blends Data With Emotion

New East Williamsburg Mural Blends Data With Emotion

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