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Nightshift NYC tells the stories of some of the city's 200,000 night workers… We wish new Sondheim shows were still a regular occurrence. But now's your chance, with Road Show at the Public… Four performances only of the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company at City Center, November 5-8… If you missed it, Obama on The Daily Show.

indie rock… Friday: Danielson delivers his eccentric-folk-art-pop to Knitting Factory. Sunday: Pelican, and their instrumental metal, bring decibel destruction to Bowery Ballroom. Just Announced…1/25: The Killers. 2/6: The Black Keys

design… Now that the opening fuss is over, it's a good time to check out the Museum of Arts and Design, the Huntington Hartford's new skin, and the exhibit Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary.

photography… Joe Holmes, who contributes the daily photo to MUG called Joe's NYC, has two great prints available for $20 each, part of Jen Bekman's 20x200 project.

art… And while we're on the subject of prints, it's time for Prints Gone Wild, the print fair in Williamsburg where everything is $50 and under. It takes place this weekend at Supreme Trading 213 N. 8th St. [Driggs/Roebling] 718.599.4224, sponsored by Cannonball Press, Saturday, 6pm-12am, Sunday, 12pm-6pm.

movies… Opening November 5th at Film Forum, Stages, a film by Dutch director Mijke de Jong, featuring notable performances by Elsie de Brauw and Marcel Musters.

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• Politics Washington Post Why McCain Lost Me
• Money McSweeney's The Economic Crisis Hits the Markson Family Monopoly Board
• Media Salon Ladies of the nightly news
• Food Serious Eats NY Thanksgiving Bo Ssam from Momofuku

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