posts tagged bushwick

3/30/17 // Brian Primack

We're joined by special guest Brian Primack. He's director of the Center for Research on Media, Technology and Health at the University of Pittsburgh. Recently, he was the co-author of a study revealing that social media use can lead to feelings of increased social isolation. | listen

3/28/17 // CHILLEMI

Brian Chillemi is a Brooklyn musician known for his garage rock work in the bands Junk Boys and Organs. CHILLEMI is his acoustic, folk solo project, floating very much in a Dylanesque realm. Brian… | listen

3/28/17 // “Brass Bed” by CHILLEMI

Brian Chillemi is a Brooklyn musician known for his garage rock work in the bands Junk Boys and Organs. CHILLEMI is his acoustic, folk solo project, floating very much in a Dylanesque realm. Brian… | watch

1/13/17 // The Undercover Dream Lovers

On playing hot potato with instruments, lyrical patterns, and staying focused and positive. | read

1/9/17 // Ethiopian Coffee Ceremonies at Bunna Café

Check out an Ethiopian café that carries on the coffee traditions of their motherland. | read

1/6/17 // Dean Cercone

Meet the mystical-psychedelic dreamer Dean Cercone. An artist and a musician—he’s giving the world a completely unique form of creative skills! | read

12/26/16 // Roberta’s Holiday Market: Hipster Central

If you’ve never heard of Roberta’s pizza – shame on you. But it’s okay if you didn’t know about their holiday market set-up in the pizzeria’s backyard. | read

12/23/16 // Roya

Roya makes you feel the feels you don’t ever talk about. They’re catchy with some gloomy undertones, old school punk, and catchy lyrics—sure to strike those heartstrings. | read

12/8/16 // Breanna Barbara, Old Lady, Dances, Junk Boys, & Tess Parks at Union Pool

Union Pool isn’t my fav place to be, but I must admit, their venue is p chill. Plus, Breanna Barbara is one of the best musicians in all of NYC if you ask me—you’re not going to want to miss this! | read

10/22/16 // Date Night At Win Son

Win Son is a Taiwanese joint in East Williamsburg with some delicious fixings. | read

8/11/16 // Review: Mama Pho

A steaming hot bowl of soup isn’t necessarily the first thing that comes to mind on a hot summer’s day--but maybe it should be. | read

7/20/16 // Shinobi Ramen

Ramen is winter food, right? Wrong. Not when there’s cold ramen on the table folks, and that’s exactly what Bushwick staple Shinobi Ramen had waiting for me on a humid summer eve. | read

3/13/16 // Art for All

Bushwick's Sugarlift is creating a community friendly art space that offers events and access to affordable art. | read

2/29/16 // Dean Cercone

Dean Cercone is a self-proclaimed psychedelic dreamer, whose music will transcend you into another realm of chaos and color and drive you wild. | read

2/8/16 // The Britanys

This week BTR dives into the lives of some city boys, The Britanys, a NYC band that will make you want to crowd surf on your daily morning commute to work. | read

1/22/16 // NO ICE

BTR sits down with Jamie Frey, formerly of The Brooklyn What, to chat about his new project No Ice and their upcoming album. | read

12/13/15 // Sunday Brunch: Faro

Faro in Bushwick, though a newcomer to the scene, has collected quite a few accolades during its short but influential run. It was only right that Dish and Drink's Rebecca Chodorkoff make the trip and decide for herself. | read

11/21/15 // Samurai Papa

A sister restaurant to Williamsburg's Samurai Mama, named Samurai Papa, resides nearby in Bushwick. Does it measure up? Read to find out. | read

11/11/15 // ENCORE: Arrogant Swine

Arrogant Swine is a BBQ joint in Bushwick, Brooklyn. BTRtv’s Chelsea White visited the self-proclaimed “Church of Pork” to speak with proprietor and pit-master Tyson Ho about what makes Carolina-style BBQ so unique and to sample some of their whole-pig fare, ketchup-based slaw, and their mac… | watch

11/4/15 // The Muse

Johanna Botta heads out to Bushwick, Brooklyn, to find The Muse, Brooklyn’s premier circus school and event facility. Previously housed on the ill-fated block of Williamsburg that also held Glasslands, 285 Kent, and Death By Audio, the school has a new home further out on the L train, this time… | watch

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