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A Sweet Generation Swoops Into Bushwick

A Sweet Generation Swoops Into Bushwick

‘I Don’t See How He Wins’: A Queens Democrat Sees His Way To City Hall

‘I Don’t See How He Wins’: A Queens Democrat Sees His Way To City Hall

A Nightmare Becomes A Miracle

A Nightmare Becomes A Miracle

2020 Impact Statement

2020 Impact Statement

On the heels of this singularly terrible year, Bushwick Daily needs your help

Could The Next Borough President Be From Bushwick?

Could The Next Borough President Be From Bushwick?

Antonio Reynoso’s campaign could finally bring the largely ceremonial political crown to North Brooklyn.

Bushwick City Council Race Nowhere Near Over Yet

Bushwick City Council Race Nowhere Near Over Yet

‘Our campaign was going to win,’ Ousted Candidates Plan For Next Year

Will NYC schools reopen this fall? Getting down to the wire, Cuomo says a decision will be made this

Will NYC schools reopen this fall? Getting down to the wire, Cuomo says a decision will be made this

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Tuesday July 1, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Tuesday July 1, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

The (Preliminary) Results Are In!  The Candidates Expected to Win The Primary

The (Preliminary) Results Are In! The Candidates Expected to Win The Primary

Community Board 4 Meetings Go Digital As COVID-19 Restrictions Continue

Community Board 4 Meetings Go Digital As COVID-19 Restrictions Continue

Salazar and Marte Exchange Accusations of Campaign Finance Violations in Heated State Senate Race

Salazar and Marte Exchange Accusations of Campaign Finance Violations in Heated State Senate Race

‘It’s frustrating when you’re playing by the rules and your opponent is cheating,’ Salazar says of Andy Marte’s primary challenge

Bushwick Mutual Aid Feeds Over 2,ooo  During Coronavirus Pandemic

Bushwick Mutual Aid Feeds Over 2,ooo During Coronavirus Pandemic

Nat Grid Says They’ll Restart Construction Following Williams Pipeline Rejection

Nat Grid Says They’ll Restart Construction Following Williams Pipeline Rejection

‘We know the fight is not over,’ activists says of their fight against the pipeline extension

Salazar Wins Sanders’ Support In State Senate Seat Fight

Salazar Wins Sanders’ Support In State Senate Seat Fight

Sanders gives the fundraising nod to State Senators Julia Salazar and Mike Gianaris, a notable Amazon HQ2 antagonist

City Council Candidates Speak Out Against Cuomo’s Abrupt Cancellation  of Special Election

City Council Candidates Speak Out Against Cuomo’s Abrupt Cancellation of Special Election

The Bitter Fight for Brooklyn’s City Council Seat is Complicated by Coronavirus

The Bitter Fight for Brooklyn’s City Council Seat is Complicated by Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the election for Rafael Espinal’s seat until June but the candidates are still running and “politics is still alive and well in Brooklyn”

Salazar Slams Aggressive Caller, “Do not ever threaten my staff. I signed up for this; they did not”

Salazar Slams Aggressive Caller, “Do not ever threaten my staff. I signed up for this; they did not”

From hate mail to conspiracy theories, Senator Salazar can take it. But don’t ever mess with her staff.

Salazar Campaign Hosting a Campaign Fundraiser and Debate Watch Party Tonight

Salazar Campaign Hosting a Campaign Fundraiser and Debate Watch Party Tonight

The State Senator and her team are continuing their tradition hosting a debate watch party at The Well while meeting constituents and raising money for the campaign.

Shinobu Kato: Puncturing Sake’s Posh Image One Glass At a Time

Shinobu Kato: Puncturing Sake’s Posh Image One Glass At a Time

You can take the boy out of Koenji, Tokyo, but you can’t take Koenji out of the boy.

Locals and Activists Continue Resistance to Bushwick Rezoning

Locals and Activists Continue Resistance to Bushwick Rezoning

Bushwick remains a battleground for rezoning under Mayor de Blasio Proposal and Community Plan.

Churro Vendor Arrested by NYPD at Broadway Junction

Churro Vendor Arrested by NYPD at Broadway Junction

Over the weekend, the NYPD was videotaped arresting a churro vendor at the Broadway Junction station.

Queens neighborhoods gear up to fight new homeless shelters

Queens neighborhoods gear up to fight new homeless shelters

A Female-Focused Co-Working Space is Coming to Williamsburg with Childcare and Lactation Room

A Female-Focused Co-Working Space is Coming to Williamsburg with Childcare and Lactation Room

This trans and non-binary inclusive space offers multiple amenities.

Only 1 in 8 Bushwick Schools Offer Student-Run Newspapers. Does This Affect Local Journalism?

Only 1 in 8 Bushwick Schools Offer Student-Run Newspapers. Does This Affect Local Journalism?

Bushwick Will See the Highest Number of New Apartments in NYC, Study Shows

Bushwick Will See the Highest Number of New Apartments in NYC, Study Shows

An additional 1,103 apartments are coming to Bushwick in 2019.

New York’s First Food Waste Recycling Facility Is Turning Scraps into Energy in Bushwick

New York’s First Food Waste Recycling Facility Is Turning Scraps into Energy in Bushwick

Leading Urban Environmentalists Gathered in Bushwick to Discuss Green Roofs and City Sustainability

Leading Urban Environmentalists Gathered in Bushwick to Discuss Green Roofs and City Sustainability

All new buildings are required to have 100 percent sustainable roofs in the form of green roofs, solar panels, or some combination of the two.

Turk’s Inn, a Whimsical and Kitschy Restaurant from the Midwest, Opened in Bushwick This Weekend

Turk’s Inn, a Whimsical and Kitschy Restaurant from the Midwest, Opened in Bushwick This Weekend

Welcome to the Bushwick Nightly

Welcome to the Bushwick Nightly

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.”

Bushwick Is Hosting a Free Minority and Women Business Procurement & Resource Expo

Bushwick Is Hosting a Free Minority and Women Business Procurement & Resource Expo

Learn the ropes of starting your small business!

Bushwick Farmers Markets: Here’s Where to Get Fresh and Local Produce this Summer

Bushwick Farmers Markets: Here’s Where to Get Fresh and Local Produce this Summer

City and State Officials Continue Public Twitter Spat Over Contested Loft Law and North Brooklyn IBZ

City and State Officials Continue Public Twitter Spat Over Contested Loft Law and North Brooklyn IBZ

“I absolutely believe that there is a compromise in which we protect tenants from being evicted and we also take into account safety concerns,” said Sen. Salazar.

Brooklyn Tenants and Community Groups Reach ‘Tentative Agreement’ Over Loft Law

Brooklyn Tenants and Community Groups Reach ‘Tentative Agreement’ Over Loft Law

Bushwick Synagogue Rebuilds After Anti-Semitic Attack

Bushwick Synagogue Rebuilds After Anti-Semitic Attack

Bushwick Community Board to Host First-Ever Expo for Women and Minority Businesses

Bushwick Community Board to Host First-Ever Expo for Women and Minority Businesses

Connect, network, and get the support and resources your small business needs.