The week in Broketown, 9/5-9/9

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We went inside the new Brooklyn Bazaar. Photo by Photo by Emilia Aghamirzai/Brokelyn.

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Nitehawk Cinema took over the Pavilion, and saved us from more condos.

The MTA sought your designs for some sweet new subway art.

We looked at the strange case of Brooklyn Trump supporters.

The Stranger Things kids continued their victory tour in Coney Island.

The New Yorker tried and failed to do some Brooklyn humor.

Ample Hills entered a world of pure imagination with its Roald Dahl tribute.

We got a sneak peek at the new Brooklyn Bazaar, which has its grand opening this weekend.

You got your chance to run away with the (cat) circus.

You got a chance to punch Trump in the face while registering to vote.

A kid from Brooklyn became your new comic book hero.

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