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THE MORNING LINE Can we talk? We might have mentioned that MUG has gone ad-free as of this week and become reader supported instead. So we're counting on you, (you!) to kick in something. Anything. $1? Absolutely. That you give is far more important that what you give. $5, $10? More? Whatever you feel comfortable with. For our part, we'll continue to scope out the city from every angle, every nook and every perspective that we can: uptown, downtown, all the boroughs, younger, older, edgy, traditional, flush, shoestring, black, white, gay, straight, mainstream, offbeat, serious, fun—all the New York Cities you can construct for yourself in any given week.



public art Just to recap, there are two Nick Caves (possibly more!). There is the Australian musician, frontman of the Bad Seeds. OK, then there's American-born Nick Cave—dancer, performance artist and sculptor perhaps best known for his Soundsuits. The latest iteration of same will make Grand Central home from March 25-31 in the form of a herd of horses in a show called HEARD • NY (get it?), presented by Creative Time. The traffic-stopping animals will make daily 'crossings' at 11am and 2pm. [Photo: Travis Magee]


music Sunday, March 24, 7:30pm, Minneapolis-grown Lucy Michelle & The Velvet Lapelles bring their exuberant roots sound to Mercury Lounge.






movies M, the masterful thriller by Fritz Lang, has gotten itself a deluxe restoration, and will be screened starting tomorrow at Film Forum.




food Zero chance we could pass this one up: Daniel Humm and Will Guidara of Eleven Madison Park have a new cookbook out on April 9—I Love New York: Ingredients and Recipes that focuses on the bounty and history of the region.



talk Dick Van Dyke! 92 Y April 26.



Opening tomorrow, James Turrell at Pace

Käthe Kollwitz prints at the Brooklyn Museum starts tomorrow.

The Clock Tower office building.




Times Square (from 2011)

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