|Haunting Renditions is Eliot Glazer's very funny bad-songs-made-good web series in which gems from Destiny's Child, Katy Perry and La Bouche are skewered in new vocals and commentary by Glazer; he performs at Union Hall on Sunday, March 30th, 8pm, $6.
National Book Critics Circle award winner for 2013 fiction is Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and, for nonfiction, Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink.
If your pockets are especially deep, you may want to pony up for the New York Festival of Song's spring gala, Remembering Lenny, with reminiscences of Leonard Bernstein by some of his friends and colleagues and songs by, among others, Judy Kaye.
Tomorrow night: Earth Hour.
On now at New-York Historical Society, Audubons Aviary: Parts Unknown (Part II of The Complete Flock), watercolors by the master.
This cumin lamb stir-fry from the Times' Melissa Clark is crazy delicious.
Through-the-wall air conditioner tips.
Tomorrow's opera singers today (well, actually Sunday) at The Met.
Grand Central quilts exhibition.
Coming soon, the James Beard Foundation kitchen cam.
All Will Be Well – The Piece of Meat Studio Sessions: really good pop work by Broadway star Sherie Rene Scott.
We're doing some spring cleaning next week, so we won't be publishing MUG during that time. We'll be back on Monday, April 7. Since we're off, there won't be a new April Fools' edition. Here a few of from previous years to tide you over:
The Container Store
Colonel Mustard Food Truck