intersection 04.18.14

One Liners

THE MORNING LINE After our appeal last week, to keep MUG going, a wonderful outpouring of financial support and an incredible number of encouraging emails. The report.

Don't miss this video about Jumel Terrace Books called Kurt Thometz's Little Black Bookshop.

NY State Poet Laureate Marie Howe joins the two-day celebration Poetry in Motion Springfest at Grand Central, April 26-27.

The first retrospective here in two decades of films by the great Japanese director Kenji Mizoguchi starts May 2 at the Museum of Moving Image.

A Mother's Day gift guide from Etsy.

On April 29, Raising the Bar: 50 bars, 50 talks, 1 night; they're releasing 500 more tickets on April 23.

Tomorrow is Record Store Day with lots of exclusives at participating shops.

Discover the Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meière on a self-guided walking tour May 18 and learn more from a new book of the same name out May 1.

Ronnie Spector's Beyond the Beehive is at City Winery tomorrow night.

Opening April 24 at Museum of Chinese in America, Oil & Water: Reinterpreting Ink, an exhibition of three well-known contemporary Chinese artists.

200 wines for tasting, part of Wine Spectator's Grand Tour event, April 29.

You can bid on more than 50 pieces donated by artists for Design on a Dime, to benefit Housing Works.


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