This week in Broketown, 10/16 – 10/20

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Fiction almost became scarier than reality in these subway horror stories.

We rounded up every single business still developing film photos in Brooklyn.

Both Upper and Lower Brooklyn Beer Books completely sold out. Stay posted for our 2018 Beer Books.

Seasonal work is officially hiring, and we rounded up some of the jobs looking for workers now, and jobs which will be looking for workers when the snow starts falling.

The Parks Department is looking to hire a full-time blacksmith, who they’ll pay $100,000 a year.

A baby cow escaped and ran amuck in Prospect Park, much to bystanders delight.

Vinyl lives on at Brooklyn’s whopping 27 record stores – here’s a nifty guide, by a former record store employee who visited every single one of them.

Haiti needs your help, and you can give it by laughing at this comedy show, which will be donating all of its proceeds to Nova Hope For Haiti.

Folding subway seats are (probably) coming to the L train in coming weeks. This is how we feel about them, in haiku.

Park Rangers are offering their telescopes and knowledge this weekend in Bay Ridge during the Orionid Meteor Shower.

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