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What You're Doing Tonight: 1/13

Superman's Jewish background, a showcase of up-and-coming Canuck filmmakers, and throwbacky music to twirl your grass skirt to



    What You're Doing Tonight: 1/13
    Discover the Superman you never knew -- Superman the Jew! -- at 92nd Street Y.

    MY SON, THE SUPERHERO: Author Marc Tyler Nobleman looks at Superman's Jewish background (yes) - with a discussion of his Jewish co-creators Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel and a look at the caped crusader's various Hebrew clues -- in "Boys of Steel" at the 92nd Street Y. 8:15PM.

    GO NORTH: 17 Hours of Darkness (Reflections on This Place I Call Home) sounds cryptic and boring, but this collection of short features by Canadian artists at Sunset Park's Light Industry should promise plenty of artsy bang-for-buck fun (this is the land of David Cronenberg, after all). 7:30PM.

    NICE LEI: The Moonlighters play dreamy, lush 1930s Hawaiian-style love songs - slide geetar and all - at the Living Room. 7PM.