The week in Broketown, 4/18-4/22

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-Some math whiz figured out how long you should wait before giving up on your train.

-The death of Prince made everyone want to get out and dance.

-Summer creeped closer with the release of Habana Outpost’s movie schedule.

-For 4/20, we asked: Is the one hitter dying out?

-Greenpoint and Dyker Heights really felt the Bern, but it wasn’t enough to win Brooklyn.

-But before that, 28,000 people rallied for Bernie in Prospect Park.

-We learned 11 surefire ways to piss off your brunch server.

-SummerStage announced plans for free Brooklyn shows.

-Eric told you why the Five Boro Bike Tour is a waste of money.

-Kimmy Schmidt did a great job taking on NYC’s gentrification.

-A Passover expert explained to us: What’s the deal with Manischewitz?

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