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music We have a pair of tickets to see Lee Ritenour on June 3 at Iridium in honor of Les Paul's birthday celebration (it would have been his 98th). To enter, email us with 'Lee' in the subject line. We'll announce the winner today by 2pm on our blog.

movie Margarethe von Trotta has directed Hannah Arendt, a biopic starring Barbara Sukowa of the German-American political theorist known for, among other things, her reporting for the New Yorker on the Eichmann trial in 1961. Now playing at Film Forum.

indie pop Sweden's Azure Blue, The Hobbes Fanclub from the U.K. and The Ballet from NY are just a few of the fine indie bands playing NYC Popfest at various venues, today through June 2.

architectural drawing Sketching the City is a class offered at the Center for Architecture, four Saturdays starting June 1, 10:30am-1pm, $160.

summit June 14-15 is the S.H.E. Summit, a women's leadership and lifestyle event produced by Claudia Chan: discussions with dozens of female leaders from many fields. It takes place at 82 Mercer [Spring/Broome] and there are related pop-up events throughout the city. A ticket for one day is $199, for both days it's $299.

At Gotham Comedy Club, 208 W. 23rd [7th/8th], the Manhattan Comedy School offers a free stand-up comedy workshop on Sunday, June 9, 12:30-2:30pm. Register

Brooklyn Based and Brooklyn Brewery present the Total Red Hook Immersion, part of their four-year-running immersion series. Food, beer, music, and shopping. Ticket info

The LABA festival EAT is a four-course 'meal' of teachings from the Torah and Talmud—food as it relates to power, ritual, ethics and desire. It takes place on Saturday, June 1, 8:30pm and June 2, 3pm, at the 14th St. Y. Tickets are $25 in advance.

New York Electronic Art Festival starts June 1 and runs through July at various venues. Lots of very interesting-looking events.

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