This is the beginning of a profile on NYC-based artist, Jim Powers. In these photos, he repairs pieces of his famous mosaic trail found at Astor Place in Manhattan, NY. […]
In “Language Barriers”, June discusses her fear of requesting more pay (overtime, and the full amount for being an overnight caretaker) due to being an undocumented worker. Marisa Jahn, executive […]
In “$80k”, Melissa “Baby Whisperer” M., a full-time, live-in nanny, discusses her views on nanny responsibilities regarding insurance and shares her personal story of injuring herself while working in someone’s […]
In “The Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights in the Everyday Workplace”, three domestic workers June, Melissa M. and Raven, detail their duties, some of the “crazy things” they’ve been asked […]
Joe Ficalora is a Bushwick native and creator/curator of the Bushwick Collective. The Collective, also known as Bushwick 5 Points, is where we watch Joe in this slice of life […]
Women under 40 discuss their decisions to remove their breasts and ovaries to prevent cancer. Produced by Gabrielle A. Wright.
Photos Some profanity. Music produced by Margel theSophant. read on Pavement Pieces BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN — Struggling artists and hopeful gallery owners fled to Bushwick in search of building a new […]
Some profanity. BUSHWICK, BROOKLYN — Looting, fires and closed down business brought Bushwick, Brooklyn to a standstill during the historic black out of 1977. To many, ash and vacant buildings are […]