The week in Broketown, 5/21-5/27

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Lady Aiko finishing her Art Wall for 2016. Photo via Facebook.

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We told you about four NYC music fests that aren’t rip-offs (or on a small island)

PowerHouse Arena announced they’re closing next month, and told us why.

This quiz told you if you were part of the problem in NYC.

Our annual guide to getting the most out of Governors Island returned!

The NY “tampon tax” went into the garbage where it belongs.

We gave you a first look at the Brooklyn Barge bar, which is finally open.

We found eight late-night happy hours to keep the party going all night.

From rides to bars, we rounded up everything new in Coney Island this summer.

We asked: Where do Ikea haters get their furniture?

We showed you how to turn your crappy life into a performance art piece.

Tipping is for story ideas, not cows: [email protected]

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