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Still Waters in a Storm provides sanctuary for the disenfranchised youth of Bushwick’s Latin American community.
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The Weekender – Water

Ethnicity & Race / Latino : The Latin Americanist

“The Weekender” is our new feature where every weekend we hope to highlight a short film, movie or documentary pertaining to Latin American and the Caribbean. March 22nd is the U.N.-sponsored World Water Day, which helps to examine ...

Deadline Approaching for New Jersey American Water's 2013 Environmental Grant Program

Business & Finance / Personal Finance : Savings Experiment

Deadline Approaching for New Jersey American Water's 2013 Environmental Grant Program Qualified Schools and Community Organizations Encouraged to Apply by March 11 VOORHEES, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- New Jersey American Water is accep...

Bushwick Community Darkroom opens (with help from BV photographer Keith Marlowe)

Music / Rock & Pop : Brooklyn Vegan

photos by Keith Marlowe Longtime BrooklynVegan contributor Keith Marlowe is on the team that opened the new Community Bushwick Darkroom, a cool new spot for Brooklyn photographers. In his own words: For the last year we’ve been buil...

A water main break in Bushwick, Brooklyn, 1978

Arts / Photography : Vintage Everyday

July 28, 1978: A water main break in Bushwick, Brooklyn, rendered Decatur Street “a scene of contrasts.” A 48-inch pipe had burst at about 4:25 a.m., sending millions of gallons into the street, “shot up through the asphalt like a g...

Does Bushwick Need an Art Fair?

Arts : Art Fag City

"Bushwick Open Studios weekend has become a magnet for those who want to program art that has nothing to do with Bushwick,” said Deborah Brown, Storefront Ten Eyck founder and longtime Bushwick community activist. This year, rather ...

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