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Friday, Jan 21, 2011

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Friday, Jan 21, 2011

1/21: 10th Annual American Antiques Show, Wanda Jackson & Jack White…

1/21: 10th Annual American Antiques Show, Wanda Jackson & Jack White…

…and buzzy made-in-Jersey musician Shilpa Ray releases her new disc with a show at Brooklyn Bowl

Thursday, Jan 20, 2011

1/20: A Coffee-Off, Tales of Romance at The Moth…

1/20: A Coffee-Off, Tales of Romance at The Moth…

…and get schooled on the topic of buttons. Yes, buttons.

Wednesday, Jan 19, 2011

1/19: David O. Russell on The Fighter, German Beer Tasting @ Loreley…

1/19: David O. Russell on The Fighter, German Beer Tasting @ Loreley…

…and director Albert Maysles screens and dissects his Grey Gardens at the IFC

Thursday, Jun 30, 2011

1/18: Guacamole, Broken Social Scene...

1/18: Guacamole, Broken Social Scene...

...and a documentary about the Chelsea Hotel

Friday, Jan 14, 2011

1/15-17: Colin Firth, $6.99 Lobster, Charlotte Ronson...

1/15-17: Colin Firth, $6.99 Lobster, Charlotte Ronson...

Our 7 favorite things to do this weekend

Friday, Jan 14, 2011

1/14: 21st Dance Amateur Classic, Midnight Yoga…

1/14: 21st Dance Amateur Classic, Midnight Yoga…

…and a cocktail class inspired by film noir

Thursday, Jan 13, 2011

1/13: Diane von Furstenberg Talks Success, Deals & Drinks at Rogan…

1/13: Diane von Furstenberg Talks Success, Deals & Drinks at Rogan…

…and the rootsy sounds of the Low Anthem at Lincoln Center

Wednesday, Jan 12, 2011

1/12: Drink More, Age Less (Thanks, Science!), Mario Batali…

1/12: Drink More, Age Less (Thanks, Science!), Mario Batali…

…and a benefit for the return of the Street Pianos Project

Tuesday, Jan 11, 2011

1/11: NEA Honors the Marsalis Clan, Crif Dogs Opens…

1/11: NEA Honors the Marsalis Clan, Crif Dogs Opens…

...and class is in session at the Dumpling Academy

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