The Travis Fristoe Memorial Zine Collection at Bushwick’s DeKalb Avenue branch of the Brooklyn Public Library is the only such collection system-wide—and its creator has big plans for it.
Woodson’s 2016 novel draws inspiration from her childhood and adolescence in Bushwick.
Here are some nearby locations that hosted some haunting events a century ago.
“Bushwick Crossroads” and “Tracing Your Roots” are the two winning programs which are free and open to the public at this Bushwick BPL branch.
The next three weekends are a zine enthusiast’s paradise as North Brooklyn becomes the home of multiple festivals dedicated to the DIY art form.
City’s First Readers is a new program designed to pool the efforts of major literacy organizations throughout New York to get kids reading.
One of the many perks of living in Kings County is its extensive public library system (one of the largest in the country, in fact)
When I was a kid, my mother made me volunteer at a local shelter every Christmas morning
Did you know that when students have higher access to the arts they are three times more likely to win an award for school attendance; receive 96 more points on the SATS on average; are three times more likely to earn a Bachelor’s degree, and four times more likely to own a business than a high school dropout?