4/28: “To Kill a Mockingbird” Turns 50 With Stephen Colbert + More…

…plus, Nina Simone at Montreux in ’76 and Hill Country’s beer/BBQ fest

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Alex Matthews

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TWOFER: Belly up to Hill Country for a Beer and BBQ dinner/tasting extravaganza hosted by the Ithaca Beer Co. On the menu: apricot-glazed smoked pork belly, guajillo-crusted rack of lamb and more, each paired with appropriate suds. You’ll even get a primer on Texas BBQ history and its beery traditions, courtesy of Hill Country pitmaster Charles Grund Jr. Reserve at 212-255-4544; 6PM.

WILD THING: March’s interactive evening “The Rise And Fall Of Nina Simone: Montreux, 1976”—including a screening of the epic concert (featuring an infamously half-high Simone, flubbing lyrics, berating her audience, and erupting in fits of musical brilliance) plus games, historical re-enactments and more—is back at 92YTribeca by popular demand. Don’t miss it. 8PM. 

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