This analog photography store doubles as a community hub.
Or try out ‘a food scrap demo’ to possibly reduce your waste.
A doggy daycare has opened near the Myrtle-Wyckoff station, with a goal of hiring adults with autism.
A new pet supply store! A two-floor club and pizzeria! A yoga studio!
For over two decades, Taiwanese artists have had a home in Bushwick
Calvin Z. Heyward, a local writer and educator, writes more about some of the struggles Black fathers endure and overcome.
A personal trainer in Bushwick boasts a green thumb
State Senator Julia Salazar opens up about her youth, inspirations, early battles with public perception and more.
All are welcome to join Bushwick’s first-ever trebuchet building and launch competition.
Laynie Bell of Birdy’s and Bruno Coviello of Happy Fun Hideaway open up about life as a bartender in Bushwick, working throughout the pandemic, tipping, customer interactions and more.
The rise of gig work cancellations caused by the hike of Omicron Covid cases is reminding local freelancers of March 2020.
The Ridgewood compost drop-off site is open from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Saturday.
As we continue to welcome in the new year, let’s just take one more look back at 2021.
With over 74 drop-off or chipping sites citywide, find a Mulchfest location near you.
Maria Hernandez Park, Mominette, Wonderville, L’Imprimerie, Irving Avenue and more. Here’s how 11 of Bushwick’s most notable places got their names.
With Covid cases rising across Bushwick and all of NYC, some are abandoning their holiday plans and spending Christmas by themselves.
The Department of Transportation is installing several pedestrian improvements at the intersection of Highland Boulevard and Vermont Place.
Ridgewood Rescue is a nonprofit pending organization addressing the neighborhood population of stray cats and kittens through its TNR (trap, neuter, return) program, socialization, adoptions and community education.
La organización sin fines de lucro Mil Mundos en Común ha lanzado “Conectando a Bushwick,” su primera recaudación de fondos para financiar la instalación de internet gratuito en hogares que lo necesiten.
The non-profit Mil Mundos en Común has launched “Getting Bushwick Connected,” its first fundraiser to subsidize the installation of free internet for households in need.
Piles of trash and overflowing waste baskets have been permeating Bushwick for most of 2021.
“This is a wonderful thing,” said Robert Camacho, the chair of Bushwick’s community board
The curbside composting service resumed in October this year, but only in some eligible neighborhoods.
Residents no longer have to take the 30-minute walk to Know Waste Lands to compost.
Resident-led groups can receive cash grants of $5,000 to support their projects.
The festival will feature student artwork and performances, a Thanksgiving dinner and a tour of Meryl Meisler’s “Paradise Lost & Found: Bushwick” installation.
“Come by any time. Take a plant, leave a plant.”
To attend the day-long event filled with music, presentations, a graduation ceremony and the mural reveal, be sure to RSVP.
Request an escort home, hail a cab on your phone or call your local Bushwick cab service!
“There’s a huge need for all kinds of things here,” said Rooney. “That’s something we learn every single day. Housing, food, clothing, ESL services, definitely mental health.”
The Butterfly Project, a collage surrounding the narratives of immigration and migration, will cover an entire wall in Senator Julia Salazar’s office.
How to bring curbside composting to Bushwick, according to the DSNY, and where you can drop off your compost in the meantime.