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Website lets departing renters help new tenants bypass broker’s fees [DNAinfo]
The 28 best NYC neighborhood blogs of 2017 [Brick Underground]
Out of fizz, Brooklyn’s senior seltzer man passes the torch [New York Times]
Huge crowds in Williamsburg for the epic Giglio lift 2017 [Gothamist]
Beers gone by: The life, death and rebirth of 5 Brooklyn breweries [Brownstoner]
Hope on a Citi Bike – doctor’s orders [Village Voice]
MTA wrote $4.9m check to 3 upstate ski centers [New York Daily News]
Check out the touring museum of VHS in Ridgewood [Ridgewood Social]
These new subway arrow mats will solve EVERYTHING [Gothamist]
Prospect Park bans cars for summer [DNAinfo]

Cards Against Humanity is catering “to this emerging demographic” of women with their newest product: Cards Against Humanity for Her. The only difference between it and the original game is that the box is pink and it’s $5 more expensive.

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