The week in Broketown, 8/22-8/26

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This is us at the end of the week. Photo via Torn Out Theater.

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We told you about cheap flights out of NYC this fall.

Free, naked Shakespeare is coming to Prospect Park in Sept.

TGI Fridays became a coworking space.

We tried Dunkin Donuts cold brew iced coffee, it was just OK.

We told you about 10 things you should never pay for in NYC.

“Teacher happy hour” is a thing at six Brooklyn bars.

We showed you how to get tickets to late night comedy shows in NYC.

A year-long feminist art exhibit is coming to the Brooklyn Museum.

We ducked out for a drink on National Duck Out for a Drink Day.

We tried $19 community acupuncture in Bed-Stuy and survived.


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