8/20: Confessions From the Mile-High Club

Plus Juana Molina live and Leonardo di Caprio under the bridge

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    NEWSLETTERS

    TK
    AP

    PLANE IT COY: In this week’s installment of the hugely popular In the Flesh naughty literary series hosted by "Penthouse" editor Rachel Kramer Bussel, readers will share tales of amor in the air – in other words, firsthand accounts of joining the Mile-High Club. Expect all kinds of tray tables to be returned to the upright position. Happy Ending, 7:30PM.

    JUANA SOME: Argentinian neo-folkie (and hand-plucked Feist opener, and non-stop critical darling) Juana Molina brings her very modern sound to the Music Hall of Williamsburg, where she’ll convert any non-believers with a single strum of her guitar. (Just a hunch.) 8PM.

    CATCH OF THE DAY: Just two weeks left to soak up the serene summer scene at Movies with a View in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Tonight: the wildly stylish 1950s-set Leo di Caprio caper “Catch Me If You Can” – based on the true story of conman Frank Abagnale, Jr. -- which we’d watch for Kuntzel and Deygas’ snazzy opening credits alone. Doors at 5PM, movie at dusk.