The week in Broketown, 10/2 – 10/6

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We updated our guide on gun control groups worth your time and donations.

Brooklyn’s best dressed goths were honored in our viral guide.

A Real Housewives Pointing Fingers painting exhibit is coming to the Crown Heights Tony Harding Nancy Kerrigan museum.

Szechuan Sauce’s return was announced: find it at select Mickey D’s tomorrow.

We took a visit to the Uzbek eatery Park Slope now boasts, even if they don’t deserve it.

Our Beer Books went on sale and will be half off through tomorrow at midnight.

Because summer only ends once you’ve taken a vacation, hop on over to Long Island City for an affordable staycation, and use our guide for pointers.

17 one-bedrooms opened for lottery applications over at Clinton Hill; they’re renting for just $1,015/month.

For the oyster haters out there, we compiled a list of our favorite non-oyster happy hour food deals.

Locals compiled a list of donation sites currently accepting donations to help Puerto Rico.

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