The week in Broketown, 9/4 – 9/8

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A number of Brooklyn businesses are giving sales profits and hosting fundraisers for Hurricane Harvey relief – and we conveniently rounded them up for you here.

Affordable housing lotteries aren’t even that affordable, but there sure are a lot of them recently.

Get free sausages at this gay comedy show in Williamsburg next weekend.

I’ll jumble for ya at the Brooklyn Bike Jumble in Park Slope this weekend.

You could move to New Orleans, or you could get an $8 Daquiri in Bed-Stuy.

These $30 GentriFire sweatshirts really shouldn’t exist.

The story of the most social hamster in Bed-Stuy.

Four whole days of (mostly) free Icelandic culture are coming to North Brooklyn.

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