The week in Broketown, 10/3-10/7

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Rachel Kremidas will make your pets live forever in her art. Via Instagram.

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How one writer got sweet revenge on the 5-star hotel that gave her bed bugs.

Brooklyn was Stars-Hollow-struck as it got replica Luke’s Diners.

We rounded up the 20 best Brooklyn bars to read in this fall.

We introduced you to the artist immortalizing your pets in paintings.

Brooklyn bars announced their watch parties for the second debate on Sunday.

New Yorkers reacted to the (fake) news of Hillary losing the election.

We price checked when it’s actually worth the trek to Costco.

We rounded up every scary moving playing in Boo-klyn this month.

Spike Lee held a casting call for his new Netflix show, and we were there.

Prospect Park came out with its own app so you never get lost in the woods again.

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Park Slope does not deserve this new restaurant, $1,000/month one-bedrooms in Clinton Hill, Beer Book flash sale, Pointing Fingers in Crown Heights, more


We found good bars to read in, Oktoberfest is technically almost over but we found some parties in the actual month of October, and more.


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