11/27: South Street Seaport Tree Lighting

Plus a Black Friday double feature and Zero 7 at Terminal 5

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    NEWSLETTERS

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    The South Street Seaport lights up for the season.

    EVERGREEN: No offense to Midtown, but the crowd-mobbed Rockefeller Center tree lighting is not our idea of fun – it’s like roller derby-meets-discount day at Six Flags, when all we want is to soak up a little twinkly cheer. For that, there’s the South Street Seaport tree lighting, featuring the barbershop stylings of the Big Apple Chorus, a special visit from Sesame Street’s Gordon, and a 50-foot Douglas Fir. 6PM.

    TWOFER: Because Black Friday is hands-down the shoppingest day of the calendar year, 92Y Tribeca brigns you a double feature of pure bubblegum consumerism – both celebrated and skewered -- on the big screen: Amy Heckerling’s “Clueless”, followed by Kevin Smith’s “Mallrats”. Like, enjoy. 7PM.

    SINGLE-OH-SEVEN: Whether you’re still digesting from yesterday’s epic feed or you’re spending this Black Friday pinging from sale to sale, chances are tonight, you’ll need a moment to chill. And no-one puts you in the mood for that quite like Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker, a.k.a. Brit duo Zero 7, who'll bring their lush, downtempo grooves to Terminal 5, 8PM.

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