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Bushwick to Get a New $1.5 Million Student-Designed Playground

Bushwick to Get a New $1.5 Million Student-Designed Playground

“Low-income communities of color, such as Bushwick, have historically been denied access to green space compared to other New York City communities.”

Public Advocate Introduces Bill to Mandate Racial Impact Study in City Rezoning Process

Public Advocate Introduces Bill to Mandate Racial Impact Study in City Rezoning Process

“It is a critical step in the struggle to stop the displacement and gentrification of neighborhoods of color.”

Bushwick DIY Venue, The Glove, Announced Closure, Anniversary Party, and Final Summer Programming

Bushwick DIY Venue, The Glove, Announced Closure, Anniversary Party, and Final Summer Programming

“DIY will never be dead in New York; this is a city of doers.”

LitterRally: New Clean-Up Event Comes to Bushwick with Meditation, Music and Dancing

LitterRally: New Clean-Up Event Comes to Bushwick with Meditation, Music and Dancing

Clean up the streets of Bushwick with this fun and upbeat group!

A $33 Million Price Tag Was Put on Proposed Bushwick Homeless Shelter

A $33 Million Price Tag Was Put on Proposed Bushwick Homeless Shelter

Local community group wants more transparency from those operating the shelter.

Registration For Bushwick Open Studios Art Festival Is Here!

Registration For Bushwick Open Studios Art Festival Is Here!

Calling for all local artists, galleries, non-profits, and small businesses!

Bushwick Rock Climbing Gym Now Offers Discounted Queer Climbs with Free Passes for QTPOC

Bushwick Rock Climbing Gym Now Offers Discounted Queer Climbs with Free Passes for QTPOC

MetroRock is creating an accessible space for queer athletes.

The Shape-Up Bushwick Parade Aims to Raise the Community's Awareness of Living a Healthy Lifestyle

The Shape-Up Bushwick Parade Aims to Raise the Community's Awareness of Living a Healthy Lifestyle

Join the parade on June 6!

Bushwick Japanese Pub by Former Momofuku Chef Shuttered Its Doors After Five Months

Bushwick Japanese Pub by Former Momofuku Chef Shuttered Its Doors After Five Months

Teo, an izakaya joint, suddenly shutdown.

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.

Bushwick Rezoning Aims for   Industrial Job Growth and Affordable Housing, Locals Remain Skeptic

Bushwick Rezoning Aims for Industrial Job Growth and Affordable Housing, Locals Remain Skeptic

Bushwick’s First Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade Set To Kick Off June 9

Bushwick’s First Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade Set To Kick Off June 9

Bushwick Still Most Popular Neighborhood Despite L Train Disruptions

Bushwick Still Most Popular Neighborhood Despite L Train Disruptions

Fire on Wyckoff Avenue Spread Across Three Rooftops Tuesday Afternoon

Fire on Wyckoff Avenue Spread Across Three Rooftops Tuesday Afternoon

A lot of people were at work during the fire, and nobody was hurt. Sally Roots is closed for now.

Bushwick Residents Call for Stop Work Order on Proposed Homeless Shelter on Wyckoff Avenue

Bushwick Residents Call for Stop Work Order on Proposed Homeless Shelter on Wyckoff Avenue

Bushwick residents have called for a five-year compromise with the city and CORE Services Group on the proposed men’s shelter at 97 Wyckoff Ave.,

Two Latinx Artist Collectives Are Hosting a Cultural Fiesta in Bushwick with a Cause

Two Latinx Artist Collectives Are Hosting a Cultural Fiesta in Bushwick with a Cause

An artist showcase and fundraiser for Venezuelan children

Espinal’s Bill Requiring Green Roofs on New NYC Buildings Was Passed

Espinal’s Bill Requiring Green Roofs on New NYC Buildings Was Passed

Another win for the environment!

Congresswoman Calls on Bushwick Community to Participate in 2020 Census

Congresswoman Calls on Bushwick Community to Participate in 2020 Census

L Train: I'm Not Ghosting You. [COMIC]

L Train: I'm Not Ghosting You. [COMIC]

We should definitely slow down for a while.

Salazar Talks Loft Laws, Evictions, and Netflix at Town Hall in Bushwick

Salazar Talks Loft Laws, Evictions, and Netflix at Town Hall in Bushwick

State Senator Julia Salazar discussed the latest issues coming out of the state capital.

New Report Shows Disproportionate Risk to Latinx Communities from Climate Change

New Report Shows Disproportionate Risk to Latinx Communities from Climate Change

The Department of City Planning Presented the Bushwick Rezoning Plan

The Department of City Planning Presented the Bushwick Rezoning Plan

Brooklyn's Longest Operating Charter High School Will Remain Open for Another Five-Year Term

Brooklyn's Longest Operating Charter High School Will Remain Open for Another Five-Year Term

The Williamsburg Charter High School in Bushwick will continue providing quality education for local students.

Netflix Is Bringing a New Production Center to Bushwick

Netflix Is Bringing a New Production Center to Bushwick

Netflix will open six sound stages and support spaces at 333 Johnson Avenue in Bushwick.

Measles Outbreak: Bushwick Chabad Rabbi Supports MMR Vaccination

Measles Outbreak: Bushwick Chabad Rabbi Supports MMR Vaccination

So far, 285 cases of measles has been detected in the Jewish community with 246 of these cases in children 18 and younger, since October.

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.

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