intersection 09.14.12

One Liners
the skint



Times Square Show Revisited
The Hunter College Art Galleries present an in-depth look at the original Times Square Show, on view from September 14, with artists including Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer and Tom Otterness, at Leubsdorf Gallery,
Lex and 68th.



Two good special events coming up: Brooklyn Book Festival, Sunday, September 23 and Maker Faire, September 29 and 30, at the NY Hall of Science.



A delight at the Met Museum in inverse proportion to the show's size, Gems of European Lace, ca. 1600–1920, showcasing for the first time examples from their extraordinary collection of lace.



And speaking of small, outsized delights… Slinkachu is the ingenious creator of street art around the world—a photographic collection of his works Global Model Village has just been published—we'll have more on an accompanying show in October at a later date; for now enjoy this short video overview.



You can save money on wine without shelling out for a whole case with a new service called Splitbin.


And oenophiles should mark next Friday and Saturday, September 21 and 22 on their calendar for the Second Glass Wine Riot at the 69th Regiment Armory.



The cast of Broadway's revival of The Heiress (previews from October 6) — lots of talent there and everyone is tots adorable. [Photo: Jenny Anderson]





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 8pm: molly surno's cinema 16 presents an evening of short films depicting extreme travel and adventure accompanied by a live analog synth/classical instrument score provided by arp (alexis georgopoulos). momi, $15.


sat 10am-sundown: the second annual honey festival celebrates beekeeping and honey with expert workshops, live bee honey-making, film screenings, honey + beekeeping vendors, honey beer, a honey-tasting contest, raffles, more. rockaway beach boardwalk, free admission.


sat 12pm, 1:30pm: celebrate german-american culture while the 55th annual german-american steuben parade marches along 5th ave from 68th to 86th sts, followed by an oktoberfest including a masskrugstemmen (mug-holding competition) in central park's rumsey's playfield/summerstage area. free.


sat-sun 12-6pm (+ 9/19-27): we have the high line. soon… the low line? learn about plans to turn an abandoned trolley terminal below delancey street into an underground park at the low line exhibit at essex street warehouse, free.


sat 2-5pm: take a free, self-guided tour of seven private gardens in williamsburg, brooklyn. maps available at crest hardware (558 metropolitan, bet. lorimer + union).


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