The week in Broketown, 3/28-4/1

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SJ Son and Ginny Leise gave us hope this week.

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People tried to figure out what it means to “campaign like a Brooklynite

Brokelyn is accepting new writers!

We learned the far-out history of  “the succulents guy” of McCarren Park 

We cheered on the Brooklyn queens on RuPaul’s Drag Race

The Big Soap lie got exposed once and for all

Some jerk Made April Fool’s Day Great Again 

The Pulaski Bridge bike lane finally got an opening date

The feminist power couple of NYC comedy told us the secrets of their partnership

The SummerScreen lineup arrived along with our hopes of a summer ahead

A new Coney Island concert series appeared with a depressing lineup

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