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Jennifer Gutierrez: Zoning is Not Community Planning

Jennifer Gutierrez: Zoning is Not Community Planning

A local city council candidate makes the case for alternatives to big real estate

Scott Murphy: Let’s End Alternate Side Parking

Scott Murphy: Let’s End Alternate Side Parking

A local city council candidate makes the argument for ending a long-time inconvenience for drivers

How These Bushwick Nurses Stayed Positive in a Pandemic

How These Bushwick Nurses Stayed Positive in a Pandemic

“If you’ve never seen what a hero looks like, look at the nurses in Bushwick: this is them, this is who they are.”

Sandy Nurse: Co-Governance Is A Model For City Governance

Sandy Nurse: Co-Governance Is A Model For City Governance

A Nightmare Becomes A Miracle

A Nightmare Becomes A Miracle

Op-Ed: Bushwick Needs An Art Space for Kids

Op-Ed: Bushwick Needs An Art Space for Kids

An Op-Ed by Rona Davis, owner of Bushwick Restaurant 191 Knickerbocker

Op-Ed: All I Want for Mother’s Day is ‘Relief for All’

Op-Ed: All I Want for Mother’s Day is ‘Relief for All’

Jessica Franco is a small homeowner living in Cypress Hills and the Director of Community Affairs for New York State Senator Julia Salazar.

Empathy Bandits: The White Power of Allegory

Empathy Bandits: The White Power of Allegory

Wick Talk: An Opinion Piece on Race and Identity by Yedoye Travis

Bushwick Daily Supports A Day Without a Woman

Bushwick Daily Supports A Day Without a Woman

Here’s why we support the cause.

Opinion: America, You Broke Our Heart

Opinion: America, You Broke Our Heart

Many of us are afraid today, not only for the nation and the world but for our very individual rights.

Is the Dunkin’ Donuts Opening on Flushing Ave Signaling the End of Creative Bushwick?

Is the Dunkin’ Donuts Opening on Flushing Ave Signaling the End of Creative Bushwick?

If you regularly pass the giant carwash called Wow at the corner of Flushing and Knickerbocker Ave in Bushwick, you should know that it will soon no longer be part of your commute

All the Ways Bushwick Daily Has Saved Me

All the Ways Bushwick Daily Has Saved Me

You may or may not know me but I joined the Bushwick Daily team in 2011 – first as Copyeditor, then as Managing Editor and now as Contributing Editor. Back then, I was working a day-job that made me feel distanced from all things creative, and I had just moved to a new neighborhood, Bushwick. I was stuck […]

Pool Tables I Have Known (Requiem for Wreck Room Bar)

Pool Tables I Have Known (Requiem for Wreck Room Bar)

This year has been a bad year for pool tables I have known

Loving and Leaving Bushwick (Or ‘We’ll Take Our Beers in a Six-Pack, Please’)

Loving and Leaving Bushwick (Or ‘We’ll Take Our Beers in a Six-Pack, Please’)

I first moved to the Bushwick/Bed-Stuy border in 2009 with two other ladies, recent college grads

Problem: Kids Not Cool Enough for Bushwick?

Problem: Kids Not Cool Enough for Bushwick?

Let’s be honest, parenting is neither easy nor for the birds

Bushwick Restaurant Owner Reacts to Roberta’s Unpaid Farming Internships

Bushwick Restaurant Owner Reacts to Roberta’s Unpaid Farming Internships

Roberta’s unpaid farming internships and the infamous Fuck You flyers have caused a lot of discussion about the (im)morality of such unpaid experience

Defining the Indefinable: Citydrift Panels

Defining the Indefinable: Citydrift Panels

Two ideas were organically integrated into nearly every discussion during the citydrift panel discussions over the weekend

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // the search is on

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // the search is on

A middle school friend once quoted most likely something her older sister once said, “moving is only second in stress, to childbirth

Curious Wednesday // Size Queen

Curious Wednesday // Size Queen

If you ever wonder, how it is that you can make yourself stand out from the crowd, I can tell you that it’s by thinking big