Woodson’s 2016 novel draws inspiration from her childhood and adolescence in Bushwick.
The Glove held its soft opening on June 8th.
Books, coffee, vegetarian food, vintage clothes, records—it’s all here.
The NYPD is asking for the public’s assistance finding a 12-year-old Bushwick boy who has been missing since last week
Jeff Kurzon hopes that younger voters’ enthusiasm for progressive policies ignited by a grassroots effort by Bernie Sanders and his supporters will land him a spot in the race for United States Congress representing New York’s 7th District in the June 28th Democratic Primary
The MTA’s top brass met with the public and elected officials at Bed-Stuy’s Marcy Avenue Armory on Thursday night to field the public’s questions and present two main approaches to scheduling L train closures during repairs to the Canarsie tubes that will start in 2019
As most of us know, the cost of college is getting way out of hand, and in a city where the cost of everything spiraled out of control long ago, more and more students with their sights set on college have to look to outside resources to fill the gap between what they can afford and what federal loans and grants can provide
A Bushwick resident who was awoken by screams and moans in the early hours of Saturday morning called 911 after discovering a semi-conscious, badly injured naked woman on the street, police tell Bushwick Daily
Summer’s coming, and the music world is toying with our emotions
John Lennon said it best – the sun is up, the sky is blue – it’s beautiful and so are you
A Salvation Army thrift store will soon open its doors to the Bushwick public right beneath the tracks of Myrtle Ave-Broadway, Salvation Army sources confirmed for Bushwick Daily
It’s doubtless been a rough week for MTA officials after news broke that residents of homes beneath the M train at Myrtle Broadway will have to pack up and leave during track work—but the Authority has finally committed to holding a public meeting sharing details about the coming Lpocalypse on Cinco de Mayo
Bushwick community members who occupy twenty-six apartments on the triangular block adjacent to the Myrtle Ave-Broadway station on the J, M and Z trains and who discovered last week that M train work will necessitate that they leave their homes for a definite 6-10 months and possibly much longer met Wednesday night to share their experiences and consider plans of action
The New Yorker recently delighted its North Brooklyn readers with its April 11th cover “Take the L Train,” which portrayed an immediately recognizable pair of bearded straphangers aboard the train we all love to hate, rendered by the adored Tomer Hanuka
Your chance to vote in one of the more contentious primaries in recent election cycles has arrived! If you’re already registered to vote as a Democrat or a Republican, congrats, you’ve jumped through the first hoop
Teens can face an uphill battle when asking to be taken seriously, especially teen girls, who so often come up short when seeking opportunities to be heard in open, insightful, meaningful public dialogue
Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are scheduled to square off at the Brooklyn Navy Yards tomorrow evening
Bright blue signage that sits above Mr
Who needs a mantra when you can just repeat “please allow additional travel time” while kicking stuff as you text your friends, family and boss telling them you’re going to be late to every single goddamn thing you have planned for this weekend?
Not all polling sites are created equal, which is why the Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York (CIDNY) is looking for volunteers to inspect polling sites and determine how well they can accommodate the disabled in the upcoming primary election
Hundreds of Bushwick residents take to the streets today to protest deplorable living conditions faced by members of our own community
A new addition to the shipping container market at 867 Broadway is serving up vegan variations on a rich Middle Eastern culinary tradition
This week, Bushwick’s Community Board 4 voted on a controversial Department of Transportation proposal to bring new bike lanes to the neighborhood
Daylight Savings is upon us, readers. Ah, the feeling of the sky not being pitch-black at 5pm! Life is good. Although we lost an hour, we gained sunlight, and thus, hopefully, we’re all waking from winter hibernation—and weather has been fluctuating as dramatically as Kanye’s daily commentary, which means everyone should be feeling the need to seize the beautiful […]
Excellent gentrification reporting is a major accomplishment
Two back to back arts events organized by long time Bushwick artists and residents are scheduled for this Saturday, and both events are intended to serve as forums for community engagement with rampant gentrification and its affects on Bushwick and greater Brooklyn
Labor in Brooklyn has undergone huge transformation in the past several decades, and that process of transformation shows no signs of slowing any time soon—which is why the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce invites local businesses to participate in an upcoming summit intended to help positively shape the evolution of the workforce in Kings County
Two men are in critical condition after they were hit by an M train at the Central Avenue stop in Bushwick early Saturday morning, police say
In a New York City neighborhood like Bushwick where housing turnover is high and socioeconomic disparity is wide, it can hard for families who have lived in the neighborhood for a long time to maintain the kind of close relationships that are so demonstrably beneficial—and a local theater organization presents an innovative way to address that status quo
Abbi Abrams and Ilana Wexler may live in Astoria and Gowanus, respectively—but even though they have yet to pop up in Bushwick on their show, it seems that they have made it to the neighborhood before