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The new Chromebook Pixel
Find.Eat.Drink takes where-to-eat-and-drink cues from chefs and other industry pros; there's a new iPhone app, too.
Up to 70% off women's and men's apparel and shoes at the DKNY sample sale:
260 5th [28th/29th] 212.725.5400
3/4 and 3/5, 9-8
3/6 and 3/7, 10-8
Last chance to see the cool exhibit The Art of Scent at the Museum of Art and Design—it's closing March 3.
Should more of the Seaport district be open to private developers? Save Our Seaport says no.
Compass Yoga is a nonprofit that teaches yoga and meditation in various locations, including many NY Public Library branches; most classes are free.
"Pop, soul, theater songs, some shtick, new material and old favorites – held together with interstitial nonsense – will be stacked in a haphazard but stubbornly egalitarian style." That's Manoel Felciano's description of his show at Joe's Pub on Monday, 2/25; tickets are $20 with discount code VALENTINE.
The Queens World Film Festival takes place March 5-10.
Marela Zacarias has installed four site specific works at the Brooklyn Museum, based on the Williamsburg Murals.
From a reader, about the Praxis Youth Leadership Orchestra: "I went to their concert [on Tuesday]. Amazing energy. Seems like a great organization. I hear tonight's venue is spectacular." It's at The Italian Academy of Columbia.
ABODE: home. style. food., a three-day popup dinner series at The Old Bowery Station.
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skint - adj. british slang (1930-35)
lacking funds, broke, bust, stone-broke, impecunious
Around town this weekend, courtesy of the skint: a daily listing of free and cheap things to buy, see, do and eat in New York.
fri 7:30pm (+ sat, 3/1-2): see donald margulies' pulitzer prize finalist play, collected stories in a unique setting - the strand book store's rare books room. bonus: enjoy a free glass of wine at 7pm. $15 with promo code 'bookworm' (reg $20).
fri 7:30pm: sultry singer-songwriter chrysta bell and special guests perform songs from her collaboration with director david lynch, this train. lpr, $15 adv, $17 dos.
sat 9am-5pm, sun 12:30-5pm: dig through thousands of books ($1-2), cds, dvds, and records at the park slope united methodist church's 20th annual book + media sale. free admission.
sat 12pm-8pm, sun 12-5pm: browse rare and vintage books spanning the 17th through 21st centuries at the 34th annual greenwich village antiquarian book fair. p.s.3, $10 sat (includes both days), sunday $5.
sat 7pm: real-life therapist/performer jude treder-wolff performs a one-woman comedic and true tale set to original music about her encounter with a psychopath in crazytown: my first psychopath. actors theatre workshop, $12.
sat 10pm doors: the little top circus + medicine show rolls back into union hall for an evening of carnie fun, hellfire, burlesque, and live music with the good reverend doctor professor elucius clay, stitch the geek, bobby phobia, and members of the hot sardines. $8.