The week in Broketown, 5/16-5/20

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Trump is definitely a manspreader. Via @MajorBigtime.

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New York City finally (unfortunately?) got its own version of Cards Against Humanity.

We learned how to convert your Bernie sign into a Hillary sign.

Austin’s Alamo Drafthouse announced a free outdoor film series in Fort Greene Park!

We went on a seven-day karaoke tour of Brooklyn.

We showed you a tolerable way to tour your tourist friends around Dumbo.

We told you about 10 local indie lit mags, and how to submit to them.

We’re hiring!

This sailboat was the last remaining affordable apartment in NYC.

A street artist added Trump’s face to subway etiquette posters.

We updated our complete list of Brooklyn coworking spaces for 2016.

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