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THE MORNING LINE Shop Talk: New York's 100 Most Interesting Stores, by MUG founder Charlie Suisman, is on sale now. Our first review from a (non-family, non-friend) reader: "What a great read! A marvel." Thanks Dr. L!



movie Background singers and a voiceover artist have been the subjects of recent movies, so why not casting agents? Opening tomorrow at Lincoln Center and Cinema Village Casting By, a documentary that focuses on the late Marion Dougherty and her contribution to many major movies of the last few decades.



music Maybe because it's Halloween, He's My Brother, She's My Sister sounds more like the name of a Vincent Price movie than this indie band with a brother and sister sharing vocals. The sound definitely crosses a lot of genres, but starts at rockabilly. They're at Bowery Ballroom Friday, November 15, 9pm, $15.




photography Just opened at Sasha Wolf, 70 Orchard [Broome/Grand] 212.925.0025, In the Course of Time, photographs by Adam Katseff, intense evocations of dark and light that strike a primal chord.




theater Never enough Shakespeare in our book, though this season has more of the Bard than usual. Picking just one? Mark Rylance in Twelfth Night as Olivia is the way to go.




art Following The Ship of Tolerance, which was in Brooklyn Bridge Park, works by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov are at Pace starting November 2.



The mission of M-Lisada is to reduce the number of children living on the streets of Uganda by providing them with a home, education and security. There's a party ($20 admission) on Thursday, November 7 at 94 Prince [Mercer], 2nd floor gallery, to benefit the organization. Wine, beer, raffle, silent auction and Ugandan jewelry for sale.

Charles Plymell, one of the last living beat generation writers, celebrates the release of Benzedrine Highway with a free reading at Jefferson Market Library, on Friday, November 8, 7:30pm.

An Evening of Tango takes place on Friday, November 8, 8pm, at the National Arts Club, celebrating the publication of More Than Two to Tango: Argentine Tango Immigrants in New York City, by Anahí Viladrich, with a panel discussion followed by an open dance floor. Free, but reserve.







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