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The Tiny Cupboard to Host the ‘Biggest Summer Comedy Festival’ in New York City August 26-29

The Tiny Cupboard to Host the ‘Biggest Summer Comedy Festival’ in New York City August 26-29

Despite the pandemic, the indoor-outdoor venue has grown from a tiny studio room to a well-known performance space.

Venezuelan American Restaurant Caraotas Brings Loaded Milkshakes and Arepa Burgers to Bushwick

Venezuelan American Restaurant Caraotas Brings Loaded Milkshakes and Arepa Burgers to Bushwick

This bright, bustling fusion restaurant offers quick bites, decadent desserts and a casual setting in the heart of the neighborhood

Nook, a Coffee and Craft Beer Haven, Finds its Niche in Bushwick

Nook, a Coffee and Craft Beer Haven, Finds its Niche in Bushwick

After the pandemic delayed its opening for over a year, Nook returned in April with offerings of coffee, beer and comfort.

National Weather Service Issues Excessive Heat Warning for New York City Through Thursday

National Weather Service Issues Excessive Heat Warning for New York City Through Thursday

Cooling centers and public pools will be open with extended hours while the warning is in effect.

Jobless New Yorkers Can Work At Polls Without Losing Unemployment Benefits

Jobless New Yorkers Can Work At Polls Without Losing Unemployment Benefits

Revel Scooters are Back on the Streets With New Safety Protocols for Riders

Revel Scooters are Back on the Streets With New Safety Protocols for Riders

NYC Will Allow Indoor Dining Starting Sept 30

NYC Will Allow Indoor Dining Starting Sept 30

For the first time in six months, restaurants will be allowed to open for indoor dining at 25%

New Bar Farewell and La Window Crêperie Open on Troutman Street

New Bar Farewell and La Window Crêperie Open on Troutman Street

70’s dance bar opens on Troutman Street with Crêperie included

Local Organization to Unveil a New Mural and Raise Funds for Bushwick Mutual Aid this Labor Day

Local Organization to Unveil a New Mural and Raise Funds for Bushwick Mutual Aid this Labor Day

Shut Down by State Liquor Authority, House of Yes is Closed For Now

Shut Down by State Liquor Authority, House of Yes is Closed For Now

House of No

State Judge Extends Eviction Moratorium Until October, Citing ‘Sudden High-Volume Influx of Eviction

State Judge Extends Eviction Moratorium Until October, Citing ‘Sudden High-Volume Influx of Eviction

The moratorium does little to protect the 14,000 tenants whose evictions began before the coronavirus pandemic.

Ridgewood Spa Employee Arrested Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

Ridgewood Spa Employee Arrested Amid Sexual Assault Allegations

Trump’s unemployment relief order would cost New York $4 billion. Here’s what it could mean for you

Trump’s unemployment relief order would cost New York $4 billion. Here’s what it could mean for you

On Saturday Trump signed an executive order that could extend unemployment benefits to a reduced rate of $400 per week.

Are you a New Yorker struggling with unemployment? Here are some resources to help

Are you a New Yorker struggling with unemployment? Here are some resources to help

A list of resources to help New Yorkers facing unemployment

Best Events This Week in Brooklyn

Best Events This Week in Brooklyn

Socially distanced events happening in and around Brooklyn, August 11 – 17

Archie’s Pizzeria Closes Amid Sexual Assault and Misconduct Allegations Against Co-Owner

Archie’s Pizzeria Closes Amid Sexual Assault and Misconduct Allegations Against Co-Owner

A New Executive Order Allows Courts to Pause Evictions for Another Month

A New Executive Order Allows Courts to Pause Evictions for Another Month

But the state must cancel rent, community groups say. Some 14,000 renters could still be evicted during the pandemic.

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

How safe is it to ride the subway? New studies suggest it may not be as dangerous as you think

How safe is it to ride the subway? New studies suggest it may not be as dangerous as you think

Studies from Europe and Asia show that taking public transportation might not be a major cause of new coronavirus cases.

NYC Suspended 64 Liquor Licenses for COVID-Related Violations in July

NYC Suspended 64 Liquor Licenses for COVID-Related Violations in July

Regulators and police crack down on unsafe, illegal social gatherings as the state flattens the curve.

Are You a New Yorker Who’s Lost Income? Apply to the COVID Rent Relief Program—and Quickly.

Are You a New Yorker Who’s Lost Income? Apply to the COVID Rent Relief Program—and Quickly.

The deadline is July 30. Here’s how to submit an application.

The MTA, Hemorrhaging $200 Million Per Week, Calls For Federal Bailout

The MTA, Hemorrhaging $200 Million Per Week, Calls For Federal Bailout

The steep decline in MTA ridership is a gift to public health. But it has precipitated an historic financial crisis.

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Tuesday, July 14, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Tuesday, July 14, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Monday, July 13, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Monday, July 13, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Friday July 10, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Friday July 10, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

Updated NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Wednesday July 8, 2020

Updated NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Wednesday July 8, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Tuesday, July 7, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest & Event Schedule for Today, Tuesday, July 7, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

NYC Pushes Through to Phase Three of Reopening

NYC Pushes Through to Phase Three of Reopening

Indoor dining may still be closed, but spas, nail salons, tattoo parlors, dog parks and outdoor courts are open!

UPDATED: NYC Protest and Event Schedule for Today, Monday July 6, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest and Event Schedule for Today, Monday July 6, 2020

A breakdown of the events happening today.

Brooklyn Film Camera & Bushwick Daily Present: Polaroid 600 Camera Giveaway!

Brooklyn Film Camera & Bushwick Daily Present: Polaroid 600 Camera Giveaway!

Summer Youth Employment Program Hangs in the Balance: ‘exalt’ Says They are Ready to Go Remote

Summer Youth Employment Program Hangs in the Balance: ‘exalt’ Says They are Ready to Go Remote

Thousands of kids across New York City depend on the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) to occupy their time every summer.

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.

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Tuesday June 30, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Tuesday June 30, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Monday June 29, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Monday June 29, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Sunday June 28, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Sunday June 28, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Friday June 26, 2020

UPDATED: NYC Protest Schedule for Today, Friday June 26, 2020

A breakdown of today’s events.