today's MUG 08.17.18

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THE MORNING LINE MUG is going on summer break. See you in September!




"Tree of Life, there won't be no next time."
Forever and ever you'll stay in our hearts.




music Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds brings welcome Nordic chill to his latest album re:member, out August 24, with the help of Stratus software, which provokes a call-and-response from Arnalds' piano to two other pianos. He'll perform at Town Hall on November 17.

Norwegian bassist Sigurd Hole releases two albums on September 24, one solo and one working as a trio. He makes his NYC debut at Brooklyn's ShapeShifter Lab, also on September 24.




movie Based on Meg Wolitzer's novel, The Wife gives Glenn Close the chance to own the screen, which she does — lock, stock, and barrel.




event Broadway Blue Wave for New York is "a night of performances, speeches, and activism for New Yorkers to #RESIST the Trump agenda and raise awareness for the September 13 Primary." Performers include Laura Benanti, Edie Falco, and Annie Golden. Proceeds benefit Cynthia for New York and No ICE NY.




art Final weeks of the Giacometti exhibit at the Guggenheim, which closes September 12.





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