May 11, 2014 in Features

Pictured from top: A cyclist pedals by a a street art mural and a storefront church in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood in New York; Danielle Mastrion’s portrait of education activist and heroine Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl who stood up to the Taliban and defended her right to an education; proprietor Archie Broady adjusts the wick on a “courtship candle,” one of the unusual items for sale in his tiny gift shop, named for his mother, Iola, situated in a hallway at the Shops at the Loom, a converted textile mill that houses retail space and rentals; patrons sit in an industrial-style courtyard where the walls are formed from pieces of metal shipping containers at Roberta’s, the most popular of a crop of trendy restaurants in the cutting-edge Bushwick neighborhood.

 
 
 
 

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