Some call him a hero, other call him a villain. But the disgraced former political powerhouse changed the face of Bushwick.
Author: Tobias Salinger
High rates of HIV infection in Bushwick spurred Wyckoff Heights Medical Centers' plan to open a new testing and treatment center targeting the LGBTQ community.
Unscrupulous tax preparers drain refunds by promising gifts or pushing loans to low-income clients, consumer advocates warn.
The principal of the MESA Charter High School is spreading the word about the school, set to open in Bushwick next fall.
As the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir performed “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” Obama supporters reflected on what the day meant to them.
Supporters of the Biko Transformation Center held a fish-fry as part of a bid to save the Bushwick community staple.
Photographer Meryl Meisler began chronicling the Brooklyn neighborhood in the 1980s after becoming an art teacher at a local middle school.
Food is emerging as a unifying force in the fast-changing Brooklyn neighborhood.