Arts & Culture

The Rumours Are True…

There's a basement in Bushwick where they're singing Fleetwood Mac

From Boston to Bushwick, With A Little Help From Brendon Urie

After a run at Fringe Festival, Maggie Crane returns to Bushwick with her tales of 'death, disability and dunkin donuts'

Lost Without Phones

A highlight from last month's Bushwick Film Festival was a debut feature from a Brooklyn dance director.

They Make Love To The Car, Don’t They?

An auto-erotic performance piece makes a stop in Bushwick over the weekend.

It’s Pure ‘Poison,’ Playing At Unit J.

“I feel like I’m trapped in here, sometimes, I’m never away from it"

‘We’re Building a Movement Here’

A group of Jewish electronic musicians in Brooklyn are fundraising for humanitarian relief in Gaza.

Experimental Movies Play In Ridgewood

“How many other films like this have been left on the floor?”

Bushwick Producer Debuts A Psychological Horror Movie on Apple TV

Going beyond traditional zombie narratives, 'Herd' spotlights Bushwick's expanding influence in the arts.

Street Art, Between Irving and Wyckoff

A pair of notable street artists show up in Bushwick.

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