Video Recap: Breakin’ for Justice in Maria Hernandez Park

Video Recap: Breakin’ for Justice in Maria Hernandez Park

El Puente’s “Break for Justice” event returned for its fifth year at Maria Hernandez Park. And the dancers did not disappoint.

Events Happening This Week (August 5-11) In Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (August 5-11) In Bushwick

A happy hour benefiting the Bushwick Emergency Relief Fund, Día Internacional del Perreo, a party celebrating the music of pop icon Kylie Minogue and more! Here are the events happening this week (August 5-11) in Bushwick.

Netflix Studio Coming to Bushwick, With State Tax Credits

Netflix Studio Coming to Bushwick, With State Tax Credits

The studio, which is projected to open in September, will be big enough to film two TV shows or one blockbuster movie.

So Far in 2021, 89 Restaurant Violations and One Possible Closure in Bushwick

So Far in 2021, 89 Restaurant Violations and One Possible Closure in Bushwick

45 restaurants in the neighborhood have been cited with critical violations, including evidence of live mice and roaches, this year

Bushwick Daily and DorDor Gallery Host “Green,” an Event Exploring Community-Based Solutions to Environmental Issues

Bushwick Daily and DorDor Gallery Host “Green,” an Event Exploring Community-Based Solutions to Environmental Issues

This weekend, Bushwick Daily and DorDor Gallery invite you to GREEN, an eco-themed event featuring a collection of art and film, live music and speeches from community leaders.

How Some Bushwick Houses of Worship Weathered the Pandemic

How Some Bushwick Houses of Worship Weathered the Pandemic

Though many have re-opened, local houses of worship in Bushwick are still feeling the effects of the pandemic more than a year after they were forced to shut their doors.

Pop in to Farewell’s New Monthly Pop-up Market

Pop in to Farewell’s New Monthly Pop-up Market

This Saturday, July 31, Farewell Bar will host a pop-up market featuring work made by local designers and artists.

Events Happening This Week (July 29-August 4) In Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (July 29-August 4) In Bushwick

Bushwick Daily’s summer party at DorDor Gallery, a pop-up fashion and art market at Farewell, a breakdancing competition in Maria Hernandez Park and more. Here are the events happening this week (July 29-August 5) in Bushwick.

Fire at Bushwick Bakery on Monday

Fire at Bushwick Bakery on Monday

One person sustained minor injuries during the fire.

Curbside Compost Returns, but Not to Bushwick

Curbside Compost Returns, but Not to Bushwick

The relaunched organics waste collection program will continue to only serve limited neighborhoods in the city.

The Seneca Is Back, With Several New Strings to Its Bow

The Seneca Is Back, With Several New Strings to Its Bow

Since the fateful month of March 2020, the Ridgewood bar and restaurant has added a general store and a farmer’s market, with an oyster fest and multiple pop-ups around the corner.

Number of Film Permits Issued Remains Low in Bushwick

Number of Film Permits Issued Remains Low in Bushwick

Though regulations have relaxed, the number of shooting permits issued for the streets of New York City is still way down.

Don’t Call It Archie’s

Don’t Call It Archie’s

The man behind Forcella sets up his own shop, Rosie Pizza Bar, in the place of a disgraced pizzeria.

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New Esports Venue Opens in Bushwick

New Esports Venue Opens in Bushwick

The space features an arena, full kitchen and bar, and nearly any game you could want.

Local Residents Occupy a Commercial Space on 1083 Broadway

Local Residents Occupy a Commercial Space on 1083 Broadway

Organizers “reclaimed” a vacant ground-floor commercial space in Bushwick on July 20.

Local Church Prepares to Open New Community Fridge in Bushwick

Local Church Prepares to Open New Community Fridge in Bushwick

Bushwick Abbey and Mayday Space are teaming up to combat food insecurity in the neighborhood.

Events Happening This Week (July 21-28) in Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (July 21-28) in Bushwick

An alien-themed meditation night, a burlesque drag show at 3 Dollar Bill, a Donut Lounge and more. Here are the events happening this week (July 21-28) in Bushwick.

How Millers & Makers Is Reinventing the Cinnamon Roll

How Millers & Makers Is Reinventing the Cinnamon Roll

Over in Ridgewood, a bakery has a new approach to baked goods under its sleeve.

NYC Restaurant Week Returns on July 19

NYC Restaurant Week Returns on July 19

Seven restaurants in Bushwick, Ridgewood and East Williamsburg will be participating in a month of deals.

Why Don’t You Celebrate Some Local Venues In Bushwick This Weekend?

Why Don’t You Celebrate Some Local Venues In Bushwick This Weekend?

Everyone from indie clubs to circus troops has a show in Bushwick this weekend.

Friday Fast Fact: Permits for 194 New Buildings in Bushwick Issued so Far in 2021

Friday Fast Fact: Permits for 194 New Buildings in Bushwick Issued so Far in 2021

Fewer permits for the construction of new buildings were issued in 2020 than previous years.

Scandal in Outerspace: Three Chefs Leave Restaurant Amid Management Issues

Scandal in Outerspace: Three Chefs Leave Restaurant Amid Management Issues

While pop-ups Ha’s Đặc Biệt and Kreung Cambodia ended their residencies at Outerspace last week, they will be bringing their menus to Grimm Ales today and tomorrow.

So You Don’t Want to Order a Book From Amazon

So You Don’t Want to Order a Book From Amazon

A guide to local bookshops in and around Bushwick

Class of 2021 Describes High School Graduation and Spending Senior Year in a Pandemic

Class of 2021 Describes High School Graduation and Spending Senior Year in a Pandemic

Local high school students receive their diplomas after a year of pandemic-caused irregularities, including Zoom classes and missed proms.

Events Happening This Week (July 15-20) in Bushwick

Events Happening This Week (July 15-20) in Bushwick

A pop-up pancake art show, a local jazz festival, a North Brooklyn food drive, an album release party and more. These are the events happening this week (July 15-20) in Bushwick.

Bushwick Daily Launches, the ‘yellow card.’ Access Your Neighborhood by Supporting Local Journalism

Bushwick Daily Launches, the ‘yellow card.’ Access Your Neighborhood by Supporting Local Journalism

New ‘yellow card’ rewards Bushwick Daily monthly paying subscribers with discounts and perks at local businesses and performance venues.

Pleasure Pavilions Exhibit Set to Close July 16: Catch It While You Can

Pleasure Pavilions Exhibit Set to Close July 16: Catch It While You Can

The last exhibit of “Pleasure Pavilions: a series of installations” will close on Friday at the Luhring Augustine Gallery’s Bushwick location.

With New Editor-in-Chief and Staff, Bushwick Daily Is Expanding to Help Our Neighborhood Emerge From COVID

With New Editor-in-Chief and Staff, Bushwick Daily Is Expanding to Help Our Neighborhood Emerge From COVID

Bushwick Daily becomes Indiegraf’s first American investment, which will fund the growth of community-engaged local news in New York.

Suspected Bushwick Liquor Store Shooter Killed by NYPD After Shootout, Three Wounded

Suspected Bushwick Liquor Store Shooter Killed by NYPD After Shootout, Three Wounded

A 40-year-old man, who sustained eight gunshots, and the other two victims, are expected to survive. The motive for the shooting is unclear.

Friday Fast Fact: Bushwick Graduation Rates on Par With Rest of NYC School Districts

Friday Fast Fact: Bushwick Graduation Rates on Par With Rest of NYC School Districts

Graduation rates for school district 32, which encompasses Bushwick, have improved significantly in recent decades.

The Amant Arrives in East Williamsburg

The Amant Arrives in East Williamsburg

The nonprofit’s new multimillon-dollar art space is set to open to the public in East Williamsburg on Saturday, July 10.

Antonio Reynoso Is Expected to Win Primary Race for Brooklyn Borough President

Antonio Reynoso Is Expected to Win Primary Race for Brooklyn Borough President

According to the NYC Board of Elections’ second report on ranked-choice results, Council Member Antonio Reynoso decisively leads with 54.8 percent of the vote, with Jo Anne Simon at 45.2 percent.

Events Happening This Week (July 8-14)

Events Happening This Week (July 8-14)

A concert on the rooftop of Bushwick Public house, a glitter-punk burlesque party at Purgatory and a Queer arts fest at 3 Dollar Bill round off this week’s (July 8-15) exciting events in the Bushwick area!

Vietnamese American Restaurant Money Cat Is Back in Business

Vietnamese American Restaurant Money Cat Is Back in Business

After a brief opening during the pandemic followed by over a year closed, Vietnamese American restaurant Money Cat has reopened.

Friday Fast Fact: 205 Bushwick Businesses Certified for City’s Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program

Friday Fast Fact: 205 Bushwick Businesses Certified for City’s Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program

Of those, 56 are registered as both minority and women-owned businesses.

Openings and Farewells: While Some Exciting Spots Are Opening, Others Are Shutting Their Doors

Openings and Farewells: While Some Exciting Spots Are Opening, Others Are Shutting Their Doors

A roundup of food and drink spots in and around Bushwick, introducing a new ice cream window and multiple new cafes, and saying goodbye to a beloved burger joint and others.