intersection 01.13.12

One Liners
the skint

The nomadic art gallery 7Eleven, which makes use of vacant real estate, is back with Alchemy, a group exhibition, now thru 2/18, at 711 Wash [W. 11th/Perry].


Taste Walla Walla wines at the Metropolitan Pavilion on 2/2, 5:30pm, $45.


From another Met, The Enchanted Island live in HD, 1/21, 12:55pm, various movie theaters.


Both Future Perfect stores have their art/objects/furniture/home accessories on sale today through 1/22, as well as markdowns online.


Contemplative British singer Rumer is at Le Poisson Rouge on 2/9.


A marathon free reading of Gertrude Stein's famously unreadable The Making of Americans: Being a History of a Family's Progress, takes place starting 1/20, 7pm (concluding roughly 48 hours later), at the new Brooklyn arts center 155 Freeman. Free.


On January 19th, it's the 2nd annual I Beg Your Parton?! Addie Sings Dolly show at the Living Room, Addie Brownlee's celebration of Dolly Parton on la Parton's 66th birthday.


Abundantly talented theater composer Georgia Stitt has a new album, My Lifelong Love, 13 of her songs sung by equally talented performers.


Wanna fly? Check out The Sky Box, Brooklyn's aerial training center which opened last year.


Thanks for your great murals suggestions. The original article is here, your additions are at the MUG blog.
















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 7pm: leslie goshko's 'sideshow goshko celebrates three years of true and bizarre storytelling. tonight: elna baker, sara benincasa and peter aguero. kgb, free.


sat 2pm: try all eight new cupcake flavors at billy's bakery tribeca with the bloggers from cupcakes take the cake for just $6: chai, dreamsicle, nutella, chocolate cherry, more.


sat-sun 9pm (+ 1/16-17, 19-21): six instrumentalists play all the characters in miranda, a steampunk murder mystery opera which takes you, the jury, through the taping of a live court tv show. here, $20. [Photo: Christopher Lovenguth]


sun 3pm: search out the city's best hot chocolate on a food crawl with fellow cocoa enthusiasts. meet at the n.e. corner of prince + macdougal, pay-as-you-go.


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