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For $25 you get a tasting of five wines, fresh air and views at Hudson Terrace's Wine Down Wednesdays, 5-9pm. 621 W. 46th [11th/12th] 212.315.9400.

Opening Sunday, the third Greater New York at MoMA PS1, showcasing artists living in the New York area.

Oh! You Pretty Things: Killer Queens is a tribute to Roxy Music, Queen, and David Bowie on May 30th, 8pm, at Highline Ballroom, $15.

We're obsessed with the imaginative landscape photographs, both beautiful and desolate, by Allison Davies, in the limited edition book Outerland.

Farm Camp on Monday, May 24th, 6:30pm, where there will be a discussion of 'real roles for city residents and food professionals in urban agriculture.' $20

The musical Titanic wasn't a success on Broadway but it has some terrific music, especially its extended opening number. Hear a concert version of it on Monday, June 21st, 7:30pm, a benefit for the NY Society for Ethical Culture. $15/$20.

In the Slope, Kings County General Store, a new monthly martket featuring Brooklyn 'food, design, art & all that good stuff.' Sunday, May 23rd, noon-5pm, at Southpaw, 125 5th Ave. [Sterling/St. Johns].

indie rock… Saturday: Happy Birthday play short & fuzzy pop songs at Glasslands. Sunday: Brooklyn's Blondes bring out the big time electro dance jams to NY Eye and Ear Fest III! Just Announced… 8/12: Grizzly Bear & The Walkmen. 9/19: Pavement.

art… The literal and metaphorical meanings of stairways, steps, and ladders are examined by artist Natalia Porter at the Eyelevel BQE gallery, 364 Leonard [Frost/Withers] Bklyn 917.660.4650. Weekends, noon-6pm.

photographyAndy Goldsworthy's show at Galerie LeLong, 528 W. 26th [10th/11th] 212.315.0470, New York Dirt Water Light, is comprised of photographs, videos, and sculpture—intersections of nature and man, thrown into relief by natural and artificial light.

movies… Director Johan Grimonprez out-Hitchcocks Hitchcock in the fictional documentary Double Take, in which Hitchcock encounters his double during the filming of The Birds. Coming to Film Forum for two weeks starting June 2nd, tickets on sale from May 26th.

documentaryUp There is a 12-minute documentary about 'the dying art of hand-painted advertisements', an affecting look at a line of work near the end of the line. [via Subtraction]

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