arts 04.21.05


This would make for an interesting double feature: see the new documentary about Enron, "The Smartest Guys in the Room" followed by the enormously appealing film "Local Hero" by Bill Forsyth from 1983. The latter is playing at Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave. [2nd] 212.505.5181, on Saturday at 4:30pm. Greed is good? Discuss.

Except for her painful tenure on "Law and Order," Dianne Wiest is one of our most reliable actresses. She's starring in Kathleen Tolan's "Memory House," which starts previews tomorrow night at Playwrights Horizons, 416 W. 42nd [9th/10th] 212.279.4200.

Alice + Olivia, 80 W. 40th [6th] 212.840.1155. Up to 75% off clothes from this season. Today through Saturday, 9am-6pm.

The city's largest go-kart track is at Coney Island Batting Range and Go-Kart City, 3049 Stillwell [Bowery] Bklyn 718.449.1200.

Renowned British sculptor William Tucker has an exhibition of his recent work at the McGee Gallery, 745 5th [57th/58th] 212.688.5951, opening tonight, running through June 3.

Worth a new look: Michael Lomonaco's back-to-basics menu at gorgeous Guastavino's, 409 E. 59th [1st/York] 212.980.2455.
5 List: Pen Stores
Art Brown, 2 W. 46th [5th/6th] 212.575.5555
Joon, multiple locations
Fountain Pen Hospital, 10 Warren [Church/Bway] 212.964.0580
Madison Signatures, 743 Mad [64th] 212.717.1386
Rebecca Moss, 510 Mad [53rd] 212.832.7671

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