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A meaty book-signing, a Nawlins-style stomp, and a quirky French drama at the Walter Reade.

MEDIUM RARE: If your copy of Fast Food Nation is all dog-eared and you own Super-Size Me on DVD, you'll want to get yourself to the Tribeca Barnes & Noble, where author Betty Fussell discusses her book Raising Steaks: The Life and Times of American Beef, a peek into the American meat industry. 7PM.

RETRO: The Flying Neutrinos play boozy, woozy New Orleans-style jazz, fronted by a plummy-voiced chanteuse who seems straight out of the 1930s. Hear them at Gramercy's Rodeo Bar at 10PM.

HOT FOR TEACHER: The 18th Annual New York Jewish Film Festival kicks off at the Walter Reade with the utterly charming Two Lives Plus One features French actress Emmanuelle Devos as a teacher facing an early midlife crisis. 8:30PM.

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