The week in Broketown, 1/8-1/12

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We fixed the CDC’s drinking guidelines for women (to include men).

We found out the real reason you pay “service” fees on every ticket.

An artist told us why Brooklyn needs its own versions of New Yorker cartoons.

We found out the state of Brooklyn dating is not so great right now.

Chef Eric Kayser answered our question: How’d you get that cool job?

Big Quiet told us how they got so popular people throw bras at them.

We told you about a way to shop at Costco without a membership.

We talked to The Prettiots about their new album.

Julio Torres told us about being the space prince of Brooklyn comedy.

If you need to buy a pig uterus, we had you covered.

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