Where Brooklyn at? Where Brooklyn at? The New York City borough is kind of a big deal. While it may get a bad rap for harboring trust fund hipsters and intolerable yuppies, it’s also a cultural hub like no other. Brooklyn raised some of the best rappers, from Notorious B.I.G. and Lil Kim to Jay-Z, as well as entertainers like Barbra Streisand, Larry David, and Eddie Murphy. We’d be remiss not to include Bernie Sanders. While it may not win the award for most diverse borough, it certainly comes close to Queens. The block where I grew up was home to families from Bangladesh, China, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, Poland, Japan, and Puerto Rico. So while we are not happy about gentrification pushing natives like me further and further away from the city’s many centers, there’s still a lot to celebrate about Brooklyn. There’s also a lot to laugh about. Whether you’re a Bushwick barfly or an A train-riding sneakerhead, there’s something here for every Brooklynite.