The week in Broketown, 2/15-2/19

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We went deep into Ponycon 2016. Photo by Jeni Margana.

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Coffee shops told us why they’re cracking down on wifi squatters.

Havilah claimed moving to Queens makes you smarter than you are cool.

We met the Nathan For You of Brooklyn.

These pictures showed us what happened when bronies took over Brooklyn.

Advice columnist Dear Penny came back from the dead/suburbs.

We learned how selling weed can finance a move to Brooklyn.

Broad City came back and took on a very real NYC fear.

And Broad City writer Naomi Ekperigin told us about breaking into TV writing.

Charlie Adams told us how she invented her own choir job.

A group of Wikipedia editors told us about plans to smash the patriarchy.

Ski Lodge talked to us about making catchy tunes about dying alone.

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