intersection 01.25.13

One Liners

THE MORNING LINE In case you missed our announcement this week, MUG has launched Key—a new service that creates mini city-guides for big events. Check it out here. We'd love your feedback.



At Hasted Kraeutler, 537 W. 24th [10th/11th] 212.627.0006, Michael Benson's Planetfall, an exhibition of the NASA-sourced space exploration images in his book of the same name, is out-of-this-world, transportingly beautiful.


Make your own old-fashioned bitters with this kit from Larks and Japes.


Tunisian Collaborative Painting is taught by David Black in a workshop at the Art Students League starting January 28.


All the Rage, the new play written and performed by Martin Moran (The Tricky Part) is playing now at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater.


Check out the scene before you go: SeeTheScene.TV streams live video from bars and clubs; in beta, requires Facebook login.


Norma Deloris Egstrom (Peggy Lee to you) gets a five-show tribute starting February 23 at 92Y from Billy Stritch and several vocalists.


It's always tequila night at Richard Sandoval's La Biblioteca but especially on Tuesdays when they have their Meet the Maker tastings; next up, Casa 1921, 1/29.


Bill Irwin and David Shiner have a new show, Old Hats, starting February 12 at Signature Theatre.


Fab Brooklyn designer Lotta Jansdotter holds several printmaking workshops in her studio—sold out through February but there's space beginning in March.


The Museum of the City of NY is calling for submissions of superstorm Sandy photos—an exhibition on the disaster opens in April.


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