By Tiana Miller Anyone who has been to Bushwick in the past few years, particularly near the intersection of Myrtle and Broadway, needs no reminder of how rapidly the area is gentrifying. With an upshot of high rise luxury condos pricing out many longtime home and business owners one wonders
If you’re a coffee enthusiast and you find yourself in Bushwick today you should stop by Cafe Ghia. They’re celebrating their four years in Bushwick by offering FREE Kobrick’s Coffee to all of their customers today…for the entire day! If you’re not into coffee (which is rare) you can also
Team Broke-Ass would like to congratulate Chris Rose and company for having Late Night Basement named New York Magazine’s “Best Comedy Show.” And tonight you can see why they earned that title! Friday, March 27, the doors of Pine Box Rock Shop will open at 9pm for another installment of Late
I once spent a romantic moon-lit evening on a boat, drinking beer with Clown Kong. We didn’t talk much, but it’s important that you know that this was real moment in my life. And guess what? You too can spend an evening with Clown Kong! Kong and his depraved friends will be
If so, please take a photo and contact us at @BrokeAssNYC and tag @A_Color_Green. He goes by the name Mr. Green. He is armed and ludicrous. It is of great importance that we capture this hooligan. Sincerely, Team Broke-Ass
Watch the video below. This video showed up on my Facebook timeline, earlier today, with the title begging for an end to police brutality. The disturbing video, which was recorded on the Myrtle & Broadway subway stop in Bushwick, immediately shows a fearful teen being cornered by a barbaric police
Yes, broke asses, your childhood is becoming more and more of a distant memory. A new television season is in full swing. It is fall season right now, and as we celebrate new and returning shows, like Gotham—and all of its intimidating posters splattered across all of Manhattan—Friends became 20 years old.
They say it takes ten years to become a New Yorker. I have, what I assume will be, a short six years left to go but I am in absolutely no rush to become a New Yorker. What does becoming a New Yorker even mean, really? I have lived in