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  • Dirty Tricks Start Early in 54th Dist. Election

    UPDATE: Out of about 4,500 votes cast, Espinal won with 44%. Jesus Gonzalez got 32% and Deidra Towns, 23%.

    “It feels great!” Espinal told BushwickBK’s Aaron Short. “I’m really looking forward to putting in the hard work needed to make…

  • An Edible Park Grows on Stockton Street

    A lot on the corner of Stockton Street and Lewis Avenue has been receiving lots of love from Bushwick City Farm and neighborhood volunteers over the last few months, and it’s quickly taking shape as a public park that will produce…

  • 345 Eldert Tenants Allowed Back In – Slowly

    After half the tenants of 345 Eldert Street — some 150 people — were summarily ejected from their homes last week, some are starting to trickle back into their units.

    345 Eldert is a legally converted loft building, but was…

  • A New Generation of Storytellers — at the Senior Center

    Merle Sinfuego had a digital camera and an assignment: photograph a constant companion, someone in her life who’s always there for her. When her turn comes to share with the rest of the group sitting around the table at the…

  • RBSCC Shake-Up Continues, CFO Sacked

    RBSCC headquarters on Wyckoff Avenue. (Google)

    The probe goes on at many levels for neighborhood nonprofit Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizen’s Council, where the latest highly paid official has been sacked by city investigators.

  • Bushwick Community Board ‘Live’: Jan. ’11

    This month, CB4 focused on health in Bushwick, including a presentation on “healthy bodegas.” Photo by Aaron Short for BushwickBK

    6:34 PM: It’s Community Board 4′s first meeting of the new year and the theme tonight is health.…

  • Bank of America to Open on Knickerbocker

    A Bank of America branch will open soon at 386 Knickerbocker Avenue, taking space from the once-massive Party Fair store. Photo by Devvon Simpson for BushwickBK

    The nation’s largest bank is coming to Bushwick.

    Bank of America…

  • Bushwick’s Five Biggest Stories of 2010

    The September tornado took down a few lightpoles and damaged some roofs, but most of the damage was to the neighborhood’s mature trees.
    Photo by Aaron Short for BushwickBK

    It may seem like the recent blizzard, its…

  • Council Cash for Bushwick Parks, Schools, Housing

    This former Socialist meeting hall on Willoughby Avenue will probably be home to an RBSCC-run senior housing complex, thanks to an $800K disbursement from Council member Steve Levin. Photo by Jeremy Sapienza for BushwickBK

    Christmas may be over…

  • Bushwick Community Board ‘Live’: Dec. ’10

    The holiday meal is the highlight of the otherwise uneventful December meeting of Community Board 4. Chair Julie Dent says “wait your turn!” — Photo by Aaron Short

    I am running very late tonight because of two breaking…