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What You’re Doing Tonight: 2/6



    What You’re Doing Tonight: 2/6
    What a babe.

    SING ALONG: Sing us a song, you're the piano man -- or not. But if you like “sophisticated piano playing” (what on earth is that?) you should head to Bemelman’s Bar at the Carlyle Hotel on the Upper East Side to see Loston Harris. John Pizzarelli calls the Bangkok-born babe a “singular sensation of what music is in New York and all over the world.” Guess he’s doing something right.  

    CAT POWER: Turtle in a halfshell – errrr, Cat Power! You don’t have to like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to like this chick. Some say her music is “depressing” but in a good way. If you want to find out what that means, head to the Apollo Theater and see Chan Marshall in action

    BAM: Interested in meteorites? Hang out with a 34-ton one at the American Museum of Natural History. The exhibit ends tomorrow, so make sure you stop by while you still have a chance.

    GET TICKETS: Ana Gabriel’s playing at Radio City Music Hall tomorrow night, so if you want to have any chance at seeing her performance and don’t have tickets already, you’d better get them now. And bring your honey, because the sultry maven plans to celebrate Valentine’s Day on the stage.

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