8/27: Lee Konitz Quartet, Whole Foods Eat Fest …

…and The Warriors come out to play at midnight

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PARTY DOWN: The Whole Foods at Columbus and 97th celebrates its first anniversary with a one-night free eats festival that packs in plenty of flavors of the neighborhood—including African peanut soup and kosher cheese and wine—as well as sounds, courtesy of the Sugar Hill Quartet’s live music to kick off the store’s Jazz Legend series. 5PM. 

COME OUT TO PLAY-EE-AY: Take in the part-glorious, part-garish spectacle of 1980s Coney Island as the Sunshine screens The Warriors at midnight. Orange leather vests with matching ultra-tight pants optional, but preferred. 12AM.

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