The Week in Broketown, 7/18-7/22

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You can keep your bright lights and leaning benches MTA, but we’ll take the countdown clocks.

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The Hubble Cantata, a virtual reality trip to the cosmos, is coming to Prospect Park.

We ranked the MTA’s 15 new proposed subway improvements.

We told you which BK restaurants vegans and carnivores will both enjoy.

A BK expat realtor thinks you should leave Brooklyn and join him in Philly, aka Brooklyn 2.0.

We went camping via Tentrr, which sets up your whole campsite for you.

VinePair, Alamo Drafthouse, BRIC Arts Media and more BK spots are hiring.

We rounded up Brooklyn’s best dead zones, where you can disconnect from your phone.

If you volunteer to pick up trash at Panorama, you can get a three-day ticket for almost free.

We decided which summer Blockbusters are worth the price of admission.

There’s now a Pokemon Go dating app, because of course there is.

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