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Rachel Nelson

Secret Project Robot Will Re-Open at a New Mystery Location in Bushwick This Spring

Secret Project Robot Will Re-Open at a New Mystery Location in Bushwick This Spring

Yet another happy ending for Secret Project Robot!

Man Arrested for Threatening "Orlando Style" Attack at Bushwick's HappyFun Hideaway

Man Arrested for Threatening "Orlando Style" Attack at Bushwick's HappyFun Hideaway

A man was arrested in the early hours of Tuesday morning at adored, queer Bushwick watering hole HappyFun Hideaway for attacking a bouncer, shouting homophobic slurs and threatening to come back "Orlando style" after being thrown out, according to police reports and witnesses

Flowers For All Occasion: Where Artists, Musicians and Free Spirits Mingle

Flowers For All Occasion: Where Artists, Musicians and Free Spirits Mingle

SPONSORED---Don’t expect bouquets of roses when walking into Flowers For All Occasions at 1114 DeKalb Ave in Bushwick

"There Will Always Be an Underground:" Secret Project Robot Turns 10

"There Will Always Be an Underground:" Secret Project Robot Turns 10

Co-director, Rachel Nelson, sifted through over 3,000 photographs and created a giant timeline visually summarizing the experiences of Secret Project Robot throughout ten years of their existence

Myrtle Ave Just Got a New Bar: Happy Fun Hideaway

Myrtle Ave Just Got a New Bar: Happy Fun Hideaway

Women in DIY Panel at Silent Barn Next Week

Women in DIY Panel at Silent Barn Next Week

Make sure you make your way out to Silent Barn next Wednesday because the creative house is hosting public meeting #8, and they will be talking about women in DIY

Secret Project Robot Celebrates One Year in Bushwick

Secret Project Robot Celebrates One Year in Bushwick

On a largely industrial strip of Melrose Street (save the apartments closer to Irving Avenue) a brightly painted rolling door covers a former auto repair shop