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 […]

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Catcalling is NOT Flattering: Why I Stopped Running in Bushwick

Catcalling is NOT Flattering: Why I Stopped Running in Bushwick

NY Post writer Doree Lewak likes to parade herself in skimpy dresses in front of construction sites and says catcalling boosts her ego, adding that “when a total stranger notices you, it’s validating

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ArtCondo: A Sea Change for Artist Studio Space?

ArtCondo: A Sea Change for Artist Studio Space?

It seems clear that most artists working in New York City are in a bind

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How Is Life at Bushwick’s Most Controversial New Building, Colony 1209

How Is Life at Bushwick’s Most Controversial New Building, Colony 1209

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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

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Why the Beach is Especially Important to Bushwick This Summer

Why the Beach is Especially Important to Bushwick This Summer

This past winter was especially forceful

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Living BOS ’14: Bushwick, Will You Still be My Friend When You Change?

Living BOS ’14: Bushwick, Will You Still be My Friend When You Change?

Throwing your persone in the vortex called Bushwick Open Studios frequently comes with a creeping yet steady anxiety of missing the best spectacle of your life happening perhaps just next door

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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

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So What’s the Deal with “Jefftown” and Should You Hate It?

So What’s the Deal with “Jefftown” and Should You Hate It?

Recently, Gothamist’s Rebecca Fishbein wrote a guide summing up the new and old food places in “Jefftown” using terms such as “barstaurantification” and “hip spillover from Williamsburg,” leading a couple thousand people to simultaneously go eat good food off the Jefferson L stop and feel some seriously contradictory emotions of hate towards “Jefftown

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Camera Shy: A Case for Consent

Camera Shy: A Case for Consent

Before you snap a photo of that stranger, pause for a second.

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Friday Editorial: Are We Already in a Post-Internet Age?

Friday Editorial: Are We Already in a Post-Internet Age?

This week with Allison Galgiani, art editor of Bushwick Daily

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WTH Did Our Events Calendar Go

WTH Did Our Events Calendar Go

“Where the hell did the events calendar go?!” you may have been asking yourself for the past couple of days

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Posting Your Events in the Events Calendar! It’s Easy!

Posting Your Events in the Events Calendar! It’s Easy!

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Celebration! We Have 3 New Editors at Bushwick Daily

Celebration! We Have 3 New Editors at Bushwick Daily

Gif source: Photobucket

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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

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BOS Festival Diary: “You have to go deep”

BOS Festival Diary: “You have to go deep”

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El Alma Hispana de Bushwick, Vista por Un Español

El Alma Hispana de Bushwick, Vista por Un Español

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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

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Closeted in Bushwick

Closeted in Bushwick

I love you, Bushwick, but I have some complaints

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2012: Looking Back and Giving Thanks

2012: Looking Back and Giving Thanks

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“What is Gentrification?” Anthropology Students Ask for Your Opinion

“What is Gentrification?” Anthropology Students Ask for Your Opinion

Anthropology students Sidsel Filipsen & Jonas Bruun Nielsen share some observations they’ve made studying gentrification in New York and Bushwick in particular

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citydrift: What Can Cultural Connectivity and Collaboration Spark

citydrift: What Can Cultural Connectivity and Collaboration Spark

The art world YES man

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Friday Editorial: Big Changes Ahead of Bushwick Daily!

Friday Editorial: Big Changes Ahead of Bushwick Daily!

 

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Friday Editorial: Will you ‘Go!’ or will you ‘drift’?

Friday Editorial: Will you ‘Go!’ or will you ‘drift’?

By Katarina Hybenova

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citydrift  or an Essay On “letting go” in Brooklyn

citydrift or an Essay On “letting go” in Brooklyn

By Peter Hopkins

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How Bushwick Accidentally Left Brooklyn

How Bushwick Accidentally Left Brooklyn

By Paul D’Agostino

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5 NY Times Articles That Changed Bushwick

5 NY Times Articles That Changed Bushwick

By Katarina Hybenova

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4 Ways Occupy Wall St. Has Already Succeeded

4 Ways Occupy Wall St. Has Already Succeeded

Since the beginning of the Occupation, there has been a war of perception for Occupiers to fight on two fronts

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Sleepless in Bushwick

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Sleepless in Bushwick

By Ms

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Communications

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Communications

Text by Ms

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // The Big Fish

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // The Big Fish

By Ms

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Jazz Age

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Jazz Age

When I first moved to New York I was excited to discover all the Jazz cafes my former neighbor and jazz musician had told me about

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Media MySocial

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // Media MySocial

There is a really awkward date with possible linguistic barriers going on behind me at the moment, and I, am not twittering about it… Instead I have stepped straight of the airplane and into Yaffa Cafe a late night favorite in order to concentrate on some very very belated writing exercises as opposed to physical ones. My […]

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // “Stop copies me!”

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // “Stop copies me!”

As proclaimed by

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Curious Wednesday // Cannibal

Curious Wednesday // Cannibal

Those who know me can hopefully attest to the fact that I will do something if you can prove to me, that I want to do it

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CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // _phobia

CURIOUS WEDNESDAY // _phobia

pho·bi·a [foh-bee-uh] a persistent, irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation that leads to a compelling desire to avoid it. ▲▲▲▲▲▲▲ I went camping this last holiday weekend, and as a mode of therapy, I will write about my experience having what seems to be the most severe case of arachnophobia, know to man. I had not thought too much of my paralyzing, irrational fear of our creepy crawly eight legged friends since […]

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