The Nicest Unsubscribe Letter, Ever
|Rooftop Films presents a Sunday Night Indie-Horror Marathon, October 28 at The Brooklyn Lyceum, from 4pm.
Giant starts previews tonight at the Public; it's written by Michael John LaChiusa and Sybille Pearson, directed by Michael Greif.
There's a Zadig & Voltaire sample sale of clothes for women, men, and kids at up to 80% off, today and tomorrow 10-7, Sunday 11-6, 260 5th [28th/29th]
Big Richard Artschwager show opened yesterday at the Whitney.
The first Designers & Books Fair is this weekend at FIT.
Irish Arts Center 4th annual PoetryFest, November 2-4.
The She-Devil Comedy Festival, featuring over 70 female comedians, is on now through Sunday.
WhiskyFest, today and tomorrow, at the Marriott Marquis.
The Garment Worker: Stories of Resilience is an exhibition and workshop hosted by artist Betty Yu, tomorrow, 1-5pm, part of Sunset Park's The Laundromat Project.
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.
thru 10/31 check out the skint website for a list of 50+ free and cheap halloween events in nyc
fri 7pm: filmmaker george lucas introduces tuskegee airmen doc. double victory (2012), along with brent staples (nyt) and tuskegee airman roscoe brown. nyhs, 6-8pm pay-as-you-wish museum hours (reg $15).
fri 9:30pm: the rubin museum of art's 'cabaret cinema' series screens françois truffaut's definitive french new wave film the 400 blows (1959). truffaut expert and columbia graduate film studies professor annette insdorf introduces. free with $7 bar min.
sun 12-5pm: celebrate all things pickle at the 11th annual les pickle day on orchard st. bet. delancey + e. houston. this is part of 'daylife', so there will also be other food vendors, djs, ping pong, badminton, urban croquet, more.
sat-sun: last weekend of the season to enjoy the coney island cyclone + luna park and the red hook ball field food vendors
The Nicest Unsubscribe Letter, Ever (Received this morning, 6:40am)
To my dearest MUG Team,
It is with the heaviest of hearts that I write this note.
Due to circumstances in and out of my control, I have made the hard and unhappy choice to unsubscribe from the daily MUG email.
It has given me so much fun and so many resources over the years. From things to do in this grand metropolis of ours, to fun bits of quizzed trivia, to time-murdering websites, I have enjoyed it all.
Now that I have a new child and have moved beyond the borders of my boroughs, I feel I need to let go of my past.
If, nay, WHEN I return to the cacophonous, trash-strewn, death-defying arms of my beloved city, I will be sure to resubscribe and be right back in it.
Thanks so much for everything,