Post Tagged with: "Bushwick"

Sahra Nguyen, founder of the country's first specialty Vietnamese coffee importer. (Photo courtesy of Nguyen Coffee Supply via Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Vietnamese Coffee and Empowerment in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Business, Culture, Food May 16, 2019 at 4:08 pm

Nguyen Coffee Supply offers more than just coffee, founder Sahra Nguyen tells Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

(Photo by Jorge Quinteros, Creative Commons License)

Puerto Rican Parade Slated for Bushwick

Brooklyn, Culture, Puerto Rican May 14, 2019 at 5:35 pm

The Knickerbocker Avenue Puerto Rican Day Parade returns to Bushwick after 15 years, reports Bushwick Daily.

‘Flavorful Fiesta’ to Benefit Venezuelan Kids

‘Flavorful Fiesta’ to Benefit Venezuelan Kids

Brooklyn, Culture, Latino May 9, 2019 at 5:46 pm

Artists will gather for a festival in Brooklyn to benefit Venezuelan children, deeply affected by the humanitarian crisis in their country, reports Bushwick Daily.

(Photo by Sadef Ali Kully)

City’s Bushwick Rezoning Plan Unveiled

Brooklyn, Housing April 24, 2019 at 3:37 pm

Brooklyn Daily Eagle and City Limits write about the mixed reception for the city’s rezoning proposal for Bushwick.

VERGE (Photo courtesy of curator Jamie Martinez via Bushwick Daily)

Immigrant Artists Cross Borders in Bushwick Exhibit

Brooklyn, Culture April 2, 2019 at 4:14 pm

An exhibit in Bushwick features the work of artists who reflect on “borders, territories, immigration, people, and edges,” reports Bushwick Daily.

Linda Thach in front of Little Skips cafe. (Photo via Bushwick Daily)

Cambodian Refugee Turned Coffee Shop Owner

Brooklyn, Business, Food, Southeast Asian March 12, 2019 at 5:02 pm

Linda Thach, owner of the Little Skips café in Bushwick, now runs several businesses in Brooklyn and Manhattan, reports Bushwick Daily.

Women of the Chabad of Bushwick light candles in the window to rededicate the synagogue and bring in the Sabbath. (Photo by Todd Maisel via Bklyner)

In the Face of Hate, a Rededication in Bushwick

Brooklyn, Jewish February 25, 2019 at 11:27 pm

The Chabad of Bushwick held a rededication ceremony at the same window smashed a week earlier in a show of resilience, reports Bklyner.

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A Venezuelan Photographer on Growing Up and Immigrating

Brooklyn, Culture, South American, Video February 22, 2019 at 5:24 pm

Photographer Mariangela Serrano traces her life from a teenager in Venezuela to a young adult in Bushwick through videos and photos, in this BRIC TV video.

(Photo courtesy Mayday Space/Facebook via BK Reader)

A Space for Resistance at ‘Mayday’

Brooklyn, Social Services December 18, 2018 at 2:45 pm

Mayday Space in Bushwick provides a venue for socially-conscious initiatives that serve marginalized communities, reports BK Reader.

Residents outside 431 Bleecker St. speaking out against landlord harassment at an Oct. 17 rally. (Photo by Paul Stremple via Bklyner)

Tenants Organize, and Rally, in Bushwick

Brooklyn, Housing October 17, 2018 at 6:56 pm

Residents protested outside 431 Bleecker St. in yet another case of tenants in Bushwick organizing against their landlord, reports Bklyner.

At the Sept. 22 unveiling of the Bushwick Community Plan. (photo by Chase Bruch via Bklyner)

Rezoning, Bushwick-style?

Brooklyn, Housing September 26, 2018 at 5:11 pm

The Bushwick Community Plan is the result of four years of planning by community members.

Zhang Jing's "Flowers of Life" (Photo from @harrymzhang Instagram)

Chinese Art, Tariffs and a Brooklyn Gallery

Asian, Brooklyn, Culture, New York August 24, 2018 at 4:24 pm

Bushwick Daily reports on a gallery owner in the Brooklyn neighborhood who worries about the impact of 25 percent tariffs on imported Chinese artwork.

Latinos in Bushwick Have a New Community Health Center

Latinos in Bushwick Have a New Community Health Center

Brooklyn, Health, Latino July 30, 2018 at 5:29 pm

The Betances Health Center inaugurated a branch in this Brooklyn neighborhood, home to many low-income Hispanics who are sick and uninsured, El Diario/La Prensa reports.

Hotel RL in Bushwick displays the blending of art and commerce.
(Photo via BK Reader)

Do Beautiful Murals Boost Housing Prices?

Brooklyn, Culture, Housing June 7, 2018 at 5:41 pm

BK Reader explores the link between wall art in Bushwick and gentrification.

Guadalupe Castillero and his children Selena, 16, Guadalupe, 9, and Jeter, 6, is hoping that his wife Concepción Torcaz is released soon. She was arrested at her Bushwick apartment on April 11. (Photo by Carmen Molina-Tamacas via El Diario)

Inside an ICE Home Raid: Force and Deceit to Arrest a Mother

Brooklyn, Immigration, Mexican June 4, 2018 at 5:35 pm

A Bushwick family tells El Diario/La Prensa how ICE agents stormed into their house under false pretenses and without a warrant, to take away a mother of three.