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P.S.: Bushwick housing, historic versus hipster

Sometimes the old and new in Bushwick look kind of odd together. What do you think when you see these two buildings? LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW. … Full Article

Gotham City Lounge, where hipsters and Hispanics intersect

Holy Cultural Diversity, Batman! There's a melting pot of old-time Bushwick residents and newcomers at Gotham City Lounge. … Full Article

Guacuco – snack city for Venezuelan-food lovers

Quick: What's a cachapa? And don't Google it. … Full Article

Maria Hernandez Park, named after a Bushwick Hispanic hero

Maybe you already frequent the city park on Knickerbocker Avenue and Suydam Street. It has a newish dog run that's populated with beautiful, expensive-looking canines and their beautiful, expensive-looking owners. … Full Article

El Mío Cíd – bring on the flaming dessert

Tapas are for the young and trendy. That's why El Mío Cíd at 50 Starr St. added them to the menu – to draw customers to Ecuadorian immigrant Julio Hugo's restaurant, which serves up the cuisine of Spain. … Full Article

The Sugar Shack, where the guarapo flows

Need a sugar fix? Valentín Palacio Bautista's got one for you at an outdoor fruit and vegetable stand on the sidewalk at the intersection of Irving and Myrtle avenues. … Full Article

Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union – welcoming to Bushwick residents and entrepreneurs, Hispanic or not

It gives immigrant entrepreneurs business loans when mainstream banks say No way – but this is a good neighborhood place to keep your cash even if you're not Hispanic. … Full Article

Alegría de Vivir – whose $20 jeans are supposed to make the junk in your trunk look like Shakira's

Hipster ladies, why should Latinas be the only gals with perky tushes? … Full Article

Esmeralda's – for the prettiest pargo frito this side of Quito

It's got the prettiest pargo frito this side of Quito. … Full Article

Calibella – a Bushwick bakery that's muy buena

Calibella Bakery's name is the words “Cali bella” squished together, meaning “beautiful Cali” – and the Colombian shop owners don't mean California. … Full Article

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