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food On Saturday, 10-4, the 2nd Annual Havemeyer Sugar Sweets Festival takes place at the corner of Havemeyer and Metropolitan in Williamsburg. It's a sidewalk sale benefiting City Reliquary, with all sorts of cookies, brownies, pies, cakes, and other bundles of sugar-rush goodness. Babycakes, The Treats Truck and Saltie (an outlier) are some of the pro purveyors and home bakers are welcome. The City Reliquary, which began as a display in a ground-floor apartment window, has become a vital museum and community organization that celebrates New York history. To that end, a "roving Sugar Historian" will be on hand to discuss the role of sugar in the rise of New York industry. You can ignore all that, of course, and head straight to the cupcakes.


singer-songwriters This edition is a little light on the distaff side (two women, seven guys) but still, the 9 Singer-Songwriter Series at City Winery is reliably filled with good music and even more promise. Monday, October 17th, 8pm, $10.



art Shepard Fairey, Ryan McGinness, and Pema Rinzin are some of the dozens of artists who have contributed work to Art for Tibet III, an art show and fundraiser to support Tibetan freedom taking place at the Joshua Liner Gallery, 548 W. 28th [10th/11th] 212.244.7415, tomorrow, 6-9pm.



movie How's this for a tagline: 'A film about the most influential man you never heard of'? Paul Goodman Changed My Life is a documentary about a fascinating man, born in 1911, who became a sociologist, poet, writer (Growing Up Absurd), anarchist, public intellectual, and who was openly bisexual at a time when that was a radical act in itself. Opens October 19th at Film Forum.


out of town Roundtrip airfare to Puerto Rico and a four-night stay at the InterContinental San Juan Resort and Casino is just $299 per person through December 23rd.




Midcentury modern fans will love the new exhibit Crafting Modernism: Midcentury American Art and Design on now at MAD. [Photo: John Bigelow Taylor]

Family project: Design a NYC Skyscraper at the October 15th Museum of the City of NY workshop, 1pm. Free with museum admission.


Mary J. Blige plays one show at Terminal 5—November 23rd, 8pm, $105.

Now to 11/26, Tocqueville, 1 E. 15th [5th] 212.647.1515, pairs a four-course meal with selections from one of our favorite wineries anywhere: the Rhône Valley's Chapoutier. $125.












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