What You're Doing Tonight, 3/18

Naughty by Nature ignites Southpaw, Dee Dee Bridgewater comes home with a Carnegie Hall show, and Gregory Peck dazzles onscreen at Lincoln Center

PARK SLOPE, IF YOU'RE NAUGHTY: Naughty by Nature? The Naughty by Nature? Well, yes, the very same. They'll ignite Southpaw with their classics and more, all to benefit the Women's Prison Association. Go, if only to hear O.P.P. performed under the same roof that houses Baby Loves Disco. 9PM.

DEE LITE: Carnegie Hall welcomes bluesy chanteuse (and Grammy and Tony winner) Dee Dee Bridgewater in a rare Stateside break from her self-imposed exile in France. 8:30PM.

HAND-PECKED: The Film Society of Lincoln Center presents The Stalking Moon, a fairly late-career move (albeit a dazzling one) for Gregory Peck, who plays the cowboy to some pesky Indians bent on making off with North by Northwest's Eva Marie Saint. Part of Linc's American Auteurs: Robert Mulligan Series. 6:30PM.

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