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Six stories, six directors, six unique short films, all under the backdrop of Bushwick, Brooklyn, each a different look into the theme of unconditional love.
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With the success of the brewing industry and the presence of the els, another wave of European immigrants settled in the neighborhood.
Also, parts of Bushwick became affluent. Brewery owners and doctors commissioned mansions along Bushwick and Irving Avenues at the turn of the 20th century.
Bushwick was a center of culture, with several Vaudeville-era playhouses, including the Amphion Theatre, the nation's first theatre with electric lighting.
The Italian community was composed almost entirely of Sicilians, mostly from the Palermo , Trapani , and Agrigento provinces in Sicily.
In particular, the Sicilian townsfolk of Menfi, Santa Margherita di Belice, Trapani, Castelvetrano, and many other paesi had their own clubs clubbu in the area.
These clubs often started as mutual benevolence associations or funeral societies but transformed along with the needs of their communities from the late s until the s, when many began to fade away.
Joseph Patron of the Universal Church Roman Catholic Parish was the hub of the Sicilian community, and held five feasts during the year, complete with processions of saints or Our Lady of Trapani.
Joseph opened in because the Italian community had been rapidly growing in Bushwick since But as industry expanded along Flushing Avenue , the Sicilian population expanded with the growing need for labor by factory operators.
Leonard's parish was the large German Catholic parish in the area, but the Italian community was not welcome there and was thus compelled to open its own parish.
Leonard's closed in Joseph's is now a large and vibrant Latino parish run by the Scalabrini Order of priests, an Italian missionary order that caters to migrants.
The U. Puerto Ricans and African Americans , among other Caribbean American families, moved into homes in the southeastern edge of the neighborhood, closest to Eastern Parkway.
By the mids, migrants began settling into central Bushwick. The availability of block association housing helped many neighborhoods survive the economic and social distress of the s.
This change in demographics coincided with changes in the local economy. Rising energy costs, advances in transportation and the change to the use of aluminum cans encouraged beer companies to move out of New York City.
As breweries in Bushwick closed, the neighborhood's economic base eroded. Discussions of urban renewal took place in the s, but never materialized, resulting in the demolition of many residential buildings with the intent of replacing these structures with public housing, but nothing new was built in its place as these proposals were scrapped.
Another contribution to the change in the socioeconomic profile of the neighborhood was the John Lindsay administration's policy of raising available rent for welfare recipients.
Since these tenants could now bring higher rents than tenants would on the open market, landlords began filling vacant units with such tenants.
By the mids, half of Bushwick's residents were on public assistance. According to The New York Times , Bushwick was "a neatly maintained community of wood houses" by the mids.
Within five years, it had become "what often approached a no man's land of abandoned buildings, empty lots, drugs and arson.
On the night of July 13, , a major blackout cut power to nearly all of New York City, and arson , looting , and vandalism occurred in low-income neighborhoods across the city.
Bushwick suffered some of the most devastating damage and losses. While store owners along Knickerbocker and Graham avenues were able to defend their stores, the Broadway shopping district was heavily looted and burned.
Twenty-seven stores along Broadway were burned, and looters and some residents saw the blackout as an opportunity to get what they otherwise could not afford.
The blackout and resulting riots left Bushwick without a commercial retail hub. Middle-class residents who could afford to leave did so, in some cases abandoning their homes.
New immigrants continued to move to the area, many from Hispanic America , but renovation and new construction was outpaced by the demolition of unsafe buildings, forcing overcrowded conditions at first.
As buildings came down, the vacant lots made parts of the neighborhood look and feel desolate, resulting in a greater outflow of residents and a growth of the illegal drug trade due to a lack of job opportunities.
By the s, the Knickerbocker Avenue shopping district was nicknamed "The Well" for its seemingly unending supply of drugs.
Since , the rise of real estate prices in nearby Manhattan has made the neighborhood more attractive to younger professionals. A flourishing artist community has existed in Bushwick for decades and has become more visible in the neighborhood.
Dozens of art studios and galleries are scattered throughout the neighborhood. Several open studios programs are conducted that enable the public to visit artist studios and galleries,  and several websites are devoted to promoting neighborhood art and events.
Bushwick artists display their works in galleries and private spaces throughout the neighborhood. Starting in the mids, the city and state governments began the Bushwick Initiative, a two-year pilot program spearheaded by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development HPD and various community projects.
The group's goal was to improve quality of life in the twenty-three square blocks surrounding Maria Hernandez Park through various programs such as addressing deteriorated housing conditions, increasing economic development opportunities, and reducing drug dealing activities.
In addition, to reduce lead hazards in buildings, HPD and DOHMH created a grant program focusing on residential buildings in the initiative's coverage area, which resulted in fines for dozens of landlords with lead paint hazards.
The Bushwick Initiative's economic development efforts were also focused on revitalizing the Knickerbocker Avenue commercial district, and adding a thousand rat-resistant public trash cans to reduce litter.
The plan would allow for high-density development on Broadway and Myrtle and Wyckoff Avenues.
Based on this calculation, as of [update] , Bushwick is considered to be gentrifying. Though an ethnic neighborhood, Bushwick's population is, for a New York City neighborhood, relatively heterogeneous, scoring a 0.
Most residents are Latino American citizens from the island of Puerto Rico and immigrants from the Dominican Republic. Since the turn of the 21st century, the population of native-born Americans has increased, as have other Latino groups, particularly immigrants from Mexico and El Salvador.
Bushwick is the most populous Hispanic-American community in Brooklyn, although Sunset Park also has a large Hispanic population.
It also has a sizable population from South American nations. There are two neighborhood tabulation areas that covered Bushwick as of the United States Census.
The total population of these districts was , Based on data from the United States Census , the population of Bushwick North was 57,, an increase of 1, 1.
Covering an area of The ethnic and racial makeup of the neighborhood as of was Hispanic or Latino of any race were Based on data from the United States Census , the population of Bushwick South was 72,, an increase of 7, The racial makeup of the neighborhood was 9.
Many Puerto Ricans also settled in neighboring Williamsburg , also known as Los Sures , due to the proximity to jobs at the now defunct Domino Sugar Refinery as well as at the Brooklyn Navy Yard ; they expanded into other parts of Brooklyn as ethnic Irish and Italians moved to suburbs in Queens and Nassau County.
Salsa music, corner bodegas, and Latin cuisine are part of the cultural dynamic of the Bushwick community.
Make the Road New York, a Latino community group, has a chapter in the neighborhood. Bushwick's diverse housing stock includes six-family apartment buildings and two- and three-family townhouses.
In , the neighborhood had an The crime rate is lower than in the late 20th century, where there were a high number of drug-related crimes.
The incarceration rate of per , people is higher than that of the city as a whole. The 83rd Precinct has a lower crime rate than in the s, with crimes across all categories having decreased by The precinct reported 8 murders, 24 rapes, robberies, felony assaults, burglaries, grand larcenies, and 92 grand larcenies auto in Preterm births in Bushwick are about the same as citywide, though teenage births are less common.
In Bushwick, there were 83 preterm births per 1, live births compared to 87 per 1, citywide , and 9. The concentration of fine particulate matter , the deadliest type of air pollutant , in Bushwick is 0.
The primary hospital in the neighborhood is Wyckoff Heights Medical Center. Bushwick's land area lies within Kings County Brooklyn , but shares a political boundary with Queens to the northeast.
Previously, the boundary had caused confusion and debate about whether the Queens neighborhood of Ridgewood was also located partly in Brooklyn.
The political dispute dates to the 17th century, when Newtown, Queens now Elmhurst was under English rule and Boswijck was under Dutch rule.
Disputes over the boundary between the two settlements continued until , when a boundary line was drawn through what later became known as the Arbitration Rock.
Because the Arbitration Rock lay along a diagonal with this grid plan, numerous houses were built on the Brooklyn-Queens boundary, their owners sometimes subject to taxes from both counties.
In , the political boundary was adapted to the street grid, resulting in a zig-zag pattern. However, several avenues running northwest—southeast within Queens, parallel to the county line, follow the Brooklyn house numbering system.
When ZIP Codes were assigned in , all areas whose mail was routed through a Brooklyn post office were given the prefix.
Bushwick generally has lower ratios of college-educated residents than the rest of the city. Bushwick's rate of elementary school student absenteeism is higher than in the rest of New York City.
Bushwick has thirty-three public and private schools. Frances Cabrini Catholic Academy formed from the merger of the St.
Brigid and St. Frances Cabrini schools, with students at St. It is a Carnegie library that opened in In addition, the Saratoga branch is located at 8 Thomas S.
Boyland Street near Macon Street, just outside Bushwick. The branch is a Carnegie library that opened in The Bushwick branch was founded in and its current building opened in The branch opened in ,  though passenger service on the branch ended in During the s, under the direction of Robert Moses , there were plans to build an extension of I through Bushwick, to connect lower Manhattan with the southern shore of Long Island.
Lindsay 's concerns that traffic leaving Manhattan should bypass it via the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Revised October As if those boundaries weren't loose enough, you'll hear objections to the name East Williamsburg itself, and also to its delineations, as the area is considered by many to be part of neighboring Bushwick.
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