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Free Theater in Brooklyn's Community Gardens Through Sept. 29

Free Theater in Brooklyn's Community Gardens Through Sept. 29

Experience an outdoor show, where the neighborhood becomes part of the story.

Don't Miss Exponential Festival's Return to Bushwick in 2020

Don't Miss Exponential Festival's Return to Bushwick in 2020

Exponential Festival, a month-long performing arts festival, will be seen at Honey's and Chez Bushwick.

Brooklyn Is the most Rat-Infested Borough, Locals Blame Construction and Gentrification

Brooklyn Is the most Rat-Infested Borough, Locals Blame Construction and Gentrification

"It's sad, but I'm born and raised in Brooklyn, so we're used to this."

Gun Violence on the Rise, Despite Lower Crime Rates in Bushwick

Gun Violence on the Rise, Despite Lower Crime Rates in Bushwick

Data shows that overall crime in Bushwick has fallen, however gun violence is on the rise in Brooklyn.

No L Train Service After Midnight From Lorimer to Broadway Junction for 9 Weeks

No L Train Service After Midnight From Lorimer to Broadway Junction for 9 Weeks

The L train project is kicking in with overnight work.

Reclaiming Culture: Celebrate the Afro-Latinx Diaspora in Brooklyn this Weekend

Reclaiming Culture: Celebrate the Afro-Latinx Diaspora in Brooklyn this Weekend

The Afro-Latinx Festival comes back to NYC for its seventh installment!

East Williamsburg Chef to Take on Zero Waste Challenge at NYC’S Food Waste Fair

East Williamsburg Chef to Take on Zero Waste Challenge at NYC’S Food Waste Fair

With sustainability at its core, chef Naama Tamir of the Lighthouse will tackle the city's Zero Food Waste cooking challenge.

Bushwick Still Most Popular Neighborhood Despite L Train Disruptions

Bushwick Still Most Popular Neighborhood Despite L Train Disruptions

"Within the past year, interest in moving into Brooklyn has skyrocketed"

Welcoming Ramadan: a Guide to Celebrating Ramadan in Bushwick and Beyond

Welcoming Ramadan: a Guide to Celebrating Ramadan in Bushwick and Beyond

Here's where to find you halal meals and iftars!

Where to Get Your Girl Scout Cookie Fix in North Brooklyn

Where to Get Your Girl Scout Cookie Fix in North Brooklyn

We know you want them. ;)

Fridge Art Fair: Brooklyn Welcomes a Frida Kahlo-Inspired Nonprofit Alternative Art Fair

Fridge Art Fair: Brooklyn Welcomes a Frida Kahlo-Inspired Nonprofit Alternative Art Fair

Catch Bushwick artist Rosa Miranda's work at the upcoming fair.

NYC’s Finest Culinary Talent Aims to End Childhood Hunger at the Brooklyn Expo Center this April

NYC’s Finest Culinary Talent Aims to End Childhood Hunger at the Brooklyn Expo Center this April

On April 17, some of the city’s best culinary minds will come together in support of the fight to end childhood hunger across the country during Taste of the Nation's charity event.

Noble Oak Bourbon Partners with Local Bars for Tree and Block Beautifying Campaign

Noble Oak Bourbon Partners with Local Bars for Tree and Block Beautifying Campaign

HOW TO NOMINATE A TREE!

2020 Census Outreach Focuses on Brooklyn Communities with the Lowest Response Rates via New Data Map

2020 Census Outreach Focuses on Brooklyn Communities with the Lowest Response Rates via New Data Map

New interactive map by CUNY helps organizations with the upcoming population census.

Biggie’s Daughter Opens New Location of Her Clothing Line Inspired by Her Father and Hip-Hop

Biggie’s Daughter Opens New Location of Her Clothing Line Inspired by Her Father and Hip-Hop

Notoriouss Clothing features designs that highlight the culture and experiences of The Notorious B.I.G.

Brooklyn's Participation in the 2020 Population Census Could Stop Federal Funding Cuts for New York

Brooklyn's Participation in the 2020 Population Census Could Stop Federal Funding Cuts for New York

Census participation is not just a numbers game. It’s an act of resistance against the federal administration.

Lyft Offers Free Rides to Inspirational Locations in NYC for Women’s History Month

Lyft Offers Free Rides to Inspirational Locations in NYC for Women’s History Month

These destinations will teach you about women in history.

Brooklyn Style and Black History To Be Celebrated by Black Artstory Month with Upcoming Fashion Show

Brooklyn Style and Black History To Be Celebrated by Black Artstory Month with Upcoming Fashion Show

"Celebrate the ways Black Brooklyn has been a cultural hub for centuries."

New Report Shows Brooklyn Nightlife Is Flourishing, But Why Are Local Venues Shutting Down?

New Report Shows Brooklyn Nightlife Is Flourishing, But Why Are Local Venues Shutting Down?

There have been four reported closures in Brooklyn in less than a year—three of them, Silent Barn, The Gateway and The Spectrum/Dreamhouse, were based in Bushwick.

Which Brooklynites are Running for Public Advocate?

Which Brooklynites are Running for Public Advocate?

Here's the rundown of what you need to know about Brooklyn candidates before the February election.

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.

10 Free Comedy Shows to See this January in Bushwick

10 Free Comedy Shows to See this January in Bushwick

Warm up this January with some good laughs!

PHOTOS: Graham Avenue Celebrated the 22nd Annual Three Kings Day Parade With Style

PHOTOS: Graham Avenue Celebrated the 22nd Annual Three Kings Day Parade With Style

Wepa!

Rejoice: The L Train Isn’t Shutting Down After All

Rejoice: The L Train Isn’t Shutting Down After All

Gov. Cuomo surprises New Yorkers with a new plan!

Bushwick Art Storage Gets $76 Million Makeover

Bushwick Art Storage Gets $76 Million Makeover

“Engaging with New York’s cultural community is a priority for us, so I think we are going to fit in very well in Bushwick.”

There's a Website That Tells You If the L Train Is Running, and Nothing Else

There's a Website That Tells You If the L Train Is Running, and Nothing Else

In case you wanted to know how your commute is going to go before heading out into the world.

How to Help The Family That Lost Two Children Last Weekend to the Bushwick Fire

How to Help The Family That Lost Two Children Last Weekend to the Bushwick Fire

The fire injured 3 adults and killed two sisters under the age of 10.

Meet Melissa Rocha, the Local Latinx Performance Artist Behind East Williamsburg’s Latina Nite

Meet Melissa Rocha, the Local Latinx Performance Artist Behind East Williamsburg’s Latina Nite

Bringing intersectional comedy to North Brooklyn.

7 Ways to Give Back in and Around Bushwick This Thanksgiving

7 Ways to Give Back in and Around Bushwick This Thanksgiving

Ways to give back to the community during (and after) the holiday season.

6 Brooklyn Comedy Shows You Can't Miss Before the End of the Year

6 Brooklyn Comedy Shows You Can't Miss Before the End of the Year

So many funnies, so little time– so end 2018 right with a ton of local laughs.

City Food Carts Will Start Having Letter Grades This December

City Food Carts Will Start Having Letter Grades This December

How will these regulations affect the abundance of food sellers in Brooklyn?

Midterms 2018 In Brooklyn: Where To Watch Election Results In And Near Bushwick

Midterms 2018 In Brooklyn: Where To Watch Election Results In And Near Bushwick

Stay involved and informed for the midterm elections.

Bushwick Community Vows To Support LGBT+ Residents As The Government Pushes To Erase Trans Rights

Bushwick Community Vows To Support LGBT+ Residents As The Government Pushes To Erase Trans Rights

Community groups and leaders want trans community members to feel safe and empowered.

An African Diaspora Film Festival Showcased Worldwide Black Excellence This Weekend

An African Diaspora Film Festival Showcased Worldwide Black Excellence This Weekend

The Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival celebrated 21 years this past weekend in Brooklyn.

“Laugh Now, Die Later” Brings Comedy And Horror Together At The Brooklyn Horror Festival

“Laugh Now, Die Later” Brings Comedy And Horror Together At The Brooklyn Horror Festival

Laugh... and then scream.

 Indigenous Peoples Day Event Message: “Don’t Feel Guilty, Take Action”

Indigenous Peoples Day Event Message: “Don’t Feel Guilty, Take Action”

Learning about and from Natives while cultivating a relationship with the environment.

Cuffing Season: A Roundup Of Budget-Friendly Spots For A Romantic Fall Date In Bushwick

Cuffing Season: A Roundup Of Budget-Friendly Spots For A Romantic Fall Date In Bushwick

Getting cozy doesn't have to mean breaking the bank.

A Brief Rundown of the 18th District New York State Senate Race: Dilan Vs. Salazar, Turned Strange

A Brief Rundown of the 18th District New York State Senate Race: Dilan Vs. Salazar, Turned Strange

The primary is on September 13th, for both candidates on the way .

Dickey’s Barbecue Brings A Taste of Texas Right to Your Door

Dickey’s Barbecue Brings A Taste of Texas Right to Your Door

Brooklyn’s newest barbecue pit comes straight from the heart of Texas.

Your Labor Day Staycation Survival Guide

Your Labor Day Staycation Survival Guide

Things to do for the long weekend.

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