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What You're Doing Tonight, 3/2

Dan Auerbach plays Music Hall, Stanton Social entices with discounts and literary greats pay tribute to one of their own

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    HIRSUTE YOURSELF: He's not the White Stripes (he maybe sounds a bit like them), and he's not the Black Keys (though he's in that band): He's Dan Auerbach, thoughtful pop artist, and he's at the Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight. Also: Nice beard. 8PM.

    HAUTE FOOD, LOW $: Here's one way to deal with the umpteenth month of winter: French onion soup dumplings. That dish and many more are discounted after 9PM on Monday nights, when the Stanton Social shaves 25 percent off your dinner check.

    GATHERING: Toni Morrison, Gloria Steinem, and other boldfacers of the lit world pay moving homage at the Landmark on the Park to late critic/editor John Leonard, who passed away last November. 6PM.