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Bed-Stuy capoeira studio offers $50 first month [DNAinfo]

As miserable as the subway has been of late, there’s love to be found everywhere. While you may not be capable of the poetic understanding Kady Ruth Ashcraft and Layla Kenney show in their zine MTA Love Poems, hopefully after reading it some may rub off on you.

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