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THE MORNING LINE "You must do the things you think you cannot do."
—Eleanor Roosevelt





movie Ants on a Shrimp may not win any documentary awards, but food lovers will want to follow Noma's René Redzepi and his team as they temporarily relocate from Copenhagen to Japan. At IFC (and on demand).




podcast Welcome to Night Vale, the much-loved (#1 international) podcast about a mysterious, (fictional) desert town, has spawned a novel. At Powerhouse's new location, 28 Adams [Water/Front] Bklyn 718.666.3049, on September 6, 7pm, the creators, Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor, are on hand for the launch of Welcome to Night Vale, Volumes 1 and 2—books containing episodes from the two seasons, commentary and illustrations. $40 gets you admission and both books.




art Fair to say that of all the things loved about Central Park, its boulders don't rank on high on most people's list. Notable exception: artist Kurt Steger, whose exhibition Scribing the Void is open at Odetta Gallery, 229 Cook [White/Bogart], honors one park rock in an unusual and compelling way.




photography Is there anyone who doesn't instantly love Walker Evans image Roadside stand near Birmingham, Alabama? Jen Bekman's 20x200 has three sizes available from $60.




art/music Marjorie Eliot has been playing the Morris-Jumel Mansion Sunday Parlor concerts since 1993. Andrea Arroyo's exhibit, Boundless - The Women of the Mansion, is on display through August 21; and on Sunday, July 31, 1-3pm, she teams up with Ms. Eliot for a live art and music experience.











Katharina Grosse at Fort Tilden

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