The week in Broketown, 4/25-4/29

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Should this color festival be for everyone? Photo by Maria Travis/Brokelyn

-Was Bushwick Holi a harmless hippie fest or cultural appropriation?

-Harley Quinn beat up the hipster mafia at Smorgasburg.

-We said goodbye to Supercollider and hello to more condos.

-We put all this summer’s free outdoor movies in one handy list for you.

-A Crown Heights condo held a steampunk/vaudeville party to attract some buyers.

-We rounded up the 10 best free literary reading series in Brooklyn.

-A garden designer helped us save our garbage backyards.

-Summer drinking season officially returned.

-We told you about NYC’s most lit thrift shopping experience.

-Scott showed us even 27 year olds can learn how to ride a bike.

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