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What You're Doing Tonight: 11/2

Our roundup of cool happenings around town.



    What You're Doing Tonight: 11/2
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    Tonight's your last chance to get inside the Spiegeltent before next year.

    IN TENTS: Catch the last show at Spiegelworld's traveling circus tent before it leaves our merry shores: The Felice Brothers have that honor, spinning raspy folk tales: think Bob Dylan at an Oklahoma dive bar, circa 1952. 10PM.

    RING MY BELL: They're calling it a "costume party on wheels" - the Brooklyn Bike Brigade Parade is a themed bike ride that takes place the first Sunday of each month. Meet in Williamsburg's McCarren Park at sundown (which tonight'll be around 5PM - you did set your clock back, right?) and come dressed like a lumberjack.

    THE ROAD TO WASHINGTON: Local up-and-comer Carla Cook brings her quintet to the Jazz Standard for a special tribute to Dinah Washington, who frankly could use a tribute. On hand will be Trionada on vibes and tap (shoes, that is). 7:30PM.