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movies If someone feels like singing and dancing right now, it might as well be Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Watch the trailer for La La Land, opening December 9… Opening today at Film Society of Lincoln Center and IFC, Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, a look back at the Sondheim/Prince show Merrily We Roll Along, a quick Broadway flop in 1981 (with a great score), its rocky road and the impressions it left on its young cast… Not in a musical mood? The family drama Manchester By the Sea isn't any old family drama: it was written by the formidably talented Kenneth Lonergan, who also directed. In addition to the reliably pitch-perfect work by Mr. Lonergan, there are strong performances by Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams, plus the requisite Massachusetts vibe (hundred of r's go missing!).




dance Ballet Hispánico's annual return to the Apollo, tonight and tomorrow, 8pm—the 7th year under the Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro. On the bill, the world premiere of Línea Recta, choreographed by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa.




art Setup for Black Mirror? Artist Michael Mandiberg noticed during the Great Recession that as the FDIC took over one failed financial institution after another, the logos were disappeared online. FDIC Insured, his new show presented by the Denny Gallery at 40 Rector [West] 212.226.6537, collects each failed-bank logo and inscribes it onto various financial guide castoffs (Investing From the Heart), the kind of book you'd see at a used-book store covered in dust.




food If there's no cheese, it's not a meal. That includes the holidays. So thank you, Padma Lakshmi, for this recipe, which gives us the perfect way to include mozzarella into a holiday meal. And if you want to get serious, do the mozz yourself, after some tutelage by Murray's, Tuesday, November 22nd and additional dates.




tribute Urban Omnibus and Union Docs host a tribute to Peter Hutton, who died this year. The filmmaker created idiosyncratic portraits of places around the world. This Sunday, 7pm, at Union Docs, they'll be screening New York Portrait from 1981 and Time and Tide, a trip up the Hudson River.




music Honne, the blue-eyed electronic soul duo from the U.K., has released their first full-length album, titled Warm on a Cold Night, which is also the band's vibe.












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.




ongoing: can the entire history of nyc fit into one museum? the museum of the city of new york's new three gallery permanent exhibit ny at its core is sure going to try, with over 400 objects from notables including alexander hamilton, walt whitman, jane jacobs, and jay-z, plus interactive digital imaginings of the city's future. suggested general admission: $14 general, $10 students/seniors, free with rsvp during this weekend's gotham groove fest.



sat + sun 10am-5pm: save 50% on brand-new books that have been donated by publishers at the 30th annual goddard riverside community center book fair (uws), with proceeds benefitting anti-homelessness and anti-poverty programs.


sat + sun 11am-6pm: the annual american fine craft show, returning to brooklyn museum's beaux-arts court for its fourth year, features 90 exhibitors including jewelers, fashion designers, makers of furniture, ceramics, art glass, wood and more. brooklyn museum, $16 general, $14 seniors, $10 students admission includes general admission to the museum.


sat 8pm-midnight: night at the museum: moma ps1 (lic) opens its doors for after-hours viewing of its newest exhibitions, with food and drinks available for purchase. $15.



sun 10:30am-6:30pm: see if you're a champion or just a turkey at the third annual tangsgiving tournament, an all-day shuffleboard tournament to determine the number one shuffleboard player in new york. royal palms shuffleboard club (gowanus), $20.


sun 7pm doors, 8pm show: laugh for a cause at the jokes for haiti hurricane relief show, with sets by sasheer zamata (snl), nathan mcintosh (gotham comedy live), michelle buteau (last comic standing), michelle wolf (seth meyers), and kareem green (three-time showtime at the apollo champion). hosted by tanael joachim. littlefield (gowanus), $10 admission goes to nova hope for haiti.


thru 11/19: find traditional foods, decorations, handmade apparel + accessories, and more at the annual church of sweden and norwegian seamen's church christmas markets (midtown).


thru 11/21: the ninth annual american art fair features hundreds of 19th and 20th century landscapes, portraits, still lifes, studies and sculptures exhibited by 17 specialists. bohemian national hall (ues) , free admission.



thru 12/8: travel back in time to hollywood's golden age at the second part of bam's that's entertainment!: mgm musicals series, featuring screenings of many of the dream factory's best including an american in paris, brigadoon, singin' in the rain, summer stock, and more. bam (fort greene), $14.


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