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Bushwick’s Secret Vaudeville Past

Bushwick’s Secret Vaudeville Past

Brooklyn has a rich, hidden theater history!

Did You Know: NYC’s Oldest Dutch-Colonial House is in Ridgewood

Did You Know: NYC’s Oldest Dutch-Colonial House is in Ridgewood

Bushwick Then and Now: There’s an App for That

Bushwick Then and Now: There’s an App for That

Time travel to a bygone era with your fingertips.

Local Historian Who Experienced the 1977 Blackout and Fire Explains How it Changed Bushwick Forever

Local Historian Who Experienced the 1977 Blackout and Fire Explains How it Changed Bushwick Forever

Revive Brewing in Bushwick: This Indie Brewery and Taproom Needs You!

Revive Brewing in Bushwick: This Indie Brewery and Taproom Needs You!

Radiant Pig Craft Beers wants to open in Bushwick, and the owners hope to find like-minded investors to help them get off the ground.

The End Records Ends Its Tenure in Bushwick

The End Records Ends Its Tenure in Bushwick

has called 94 Bogart St home for the past decade, but as has happened to so many places in Bushwick in the last five years, their building was sold and the new landlord has asked the label to move out

Observe the Evolution of Street Art in Bushwick on “The Shack”

Observe the Evolution of Street Art in Bushwick on “The Shack”

A recent project by prolific and

Maria Hernandez Who Gave the Name to Bushwick Park Was Shot in 1989 in the War on Drugs

Maria Hernandez Who Gave the Name to Bushwick Park Was Shot in 1989 in the War on Drugs