The week in Broketown, 9/25 – 9/29

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Parachuting toy elephants invaded Dumbo, for a good cause.

More affordable apartments came up for lottery. An $867/month Downtown Brooklyn unit is pretty sweet.

The Dime Best of Brooklyn polls are closing – get your vote out while you can.

Bushwick’s got a new bar on the block: the astrology-themed Mood Ring is set to open today, and they’re celebrating with an open bar.

Ring in the new month by standing up to some of this country’s indignities at a march for racial justice in Dumbo this weekend.

Oktoberfest actually ends in early October by traditional standards, but we rounded up some Brooklyn celebrations you can go to in the namely month.

Don’t mind have five roommates? Great, then get ready to enjoy $633/month rent at any of these multi-bedroom listings.

Peace and beer aren’t often associated, but we have found the midpoint bars where you can have your booze and read a book too.

Watch “Bury Me With the Lo On” and experience seven minutes of being in an ’80s Brooklyn street crew.

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