The week in Broketown, 10/31-11/4

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RIP Pavilion, no one will miss you at all. Photo by Tim Donnelly/Brokelyn.

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Applications for $368/month studios in Greenpoint went up for grabs.

The Williamsburg bike-themed vegan cocktail bar from your jokes came to life.

We rounded up the best places to drink yourself to death on election night.

This new web series gave us insight into the life of a Basic Witch.

A new 311 app update lets you report cars blocking bike lanes.

We attended the funeral for the Pavilion, Brooklyn’s best worst theater.

This new app told you how to be a cowork, but not how to be a decent human.

City Point’s new “Brooklyn born” slogan stirred some controversy.

We looked back on Halloween 2016 in your hilarious (sometimes) tweets.

A new study found that (surprise!) Uber has a racism and sexism problem.

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