Saturday, August 24th, 2019. New York City – In 9 years I did not publish a video on Youtube. Check out the video bellow and let me know what you think.
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The video is about the Bodypainting Day 2019, on Saturday, July 20th. This was the 6th annual event and it was at the Maria Hernandez Park. The park is in the artistic mecca of Bushwick in Brooklyn, NYC. Click here for more info and pictures.
“Bushwick is a working-class neighborhood in the northern part of the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It is bounded by the neighborhood of Ridgewood, Queens, to the northeast; Williamsburg to the northwest; East New York and the cemeteries of Highland Park to the southeast; Brownsville to the south; and Bedford-Stuyvesant to the southwest.
The town was first founded by Europeans during the Dutch colonization of the Americas in the 17th century. In the 19th century, the neighborhood became a community of Germanic immigrants and their descendants; by the late 20th century, it became predominantly Hispanic as another wave of immigrants arrived. Formerly Brooklyn’s 18th Ward, the neighborhood was once an independent town and has undergone various territorial changes throughout its history.
Bushwick is part of Brooklyn Community District 4 and its primary ZIP Codes are 11206, 11207, 11221, and 11237. It is patrolled by the 83rd Precinct of the New York City Police Department. Politically it is represented by the New York City Council’s 34th and 37th Districts.
Bushwick and neighboring East New York are the center for the Hispanic community in Brooklyn. In the post-World War II period, Bushwick was still a predominantly Irish and Italian-American community. Puerto Ricans began to migrate to New York for greater opportunities, developing Hispanic enclaves in Brooklyn, East Harlem, the Upper West Side, and the Bronx. 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.
The sounds of salsa, corner bodegas, and Latin cuisine are part of the cultural dynamic of the Bushwick community. It is the largest concentration of Hispanic Americans in the entire borough, followed closely behind by Sunset Park. Politically, Bushwick is part of New York’s 7th congressional district and is represented in Congress by Puerto Rican born Nydia Velázquez, whose office is in neighboring Williamsburg as well as in Downtown Brooklyn. Velázquez was the first woman of Hispanic and Puerto Rican descent to be elected to the United States Congress.
The Williamsburg and Bushwick communities are home to their own local Puerto Rican Day Parade. The parade board usually meets at the Orocovis Social Club, located off Myrtle Avenue. La Isla Restaurant, located off Myrtle Avenue and Knickerbocker, is popular for its Puerto Rican and Dominican cuisine. On the corner of Broadway, Flushing Avenue and Graham Avenue, where Bushwick, Williamsburg and Bedford–Stuyvesant meet, in the shadow of Woodhull Medical Center, Graham Avenue becomes the Avenue of Puerto Rico.
Located here is a campus of Boricua College and a branch of the Puerto Rico-based Popular Community Bank. This territory is disputed, as local residents claim it falls within Bushwick, while others argue that it is part of Williamsburg. Make the Road New York, a Latino community group, has a chapter in the neighborhood. So important is the activism of local Latinos that in 2016, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigned in Bushwick in order to reach Hispanic votes. A web show, East Willy B, was created to explore the struggles of the local Latino community. Another notable shop is the Kikiriki Vivero, located on Myrtle Avenue, a Puerto Rican-style butcher shop that sells live poultry. It is known for its multi-color neon light signs.”_Wikipedia.org
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