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art Erin Wilson creates wonderful, contemporary quilts—you can see them in a show called Color Stories opening November 3 at the Art Quilt Gallery, 133 W. 25th [6th/7th] 212.807.9451.

Cheim & Read, 547 W. 25th [10th/11th] 212.242.7727, presents Suspension, an exhibition of hanging works by Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010).

IFPDA Print Fair opens Wednesday, November 5 at the Park Avenue Armory, featuring over 80 dealers who showcase works from 500+ years of printmaking—so you'll find rare works, but affordable ones, too.

music Classically-trained violinist Marques Toliver has a great sound, straddling neo-soul, indie rock and classical. He performs at Iridium on Nov. 14.

movie Pulse-racing narrative is not what you go to a Jean-Luc Godard film for; Adieu au Langage, opening tomorrow (in 3D!), is the 39th movie in the New Wave master's long career and it follows suit. In this, two couples and a dog are the springboard for his dense, philosophical meditations.

photography Celebrating the history of the camera, it's Vintage Camera Day at Alice Austen House, November 8, 1-4pm.

theater Side Show, the story of the Hilton twins and life among the carnies, only played 91 performances when it debuted on Broadway back in 1997, which many felt at the time was a theatrical injustice. The new production of Side Show, in previews at the St. James, may prove them right. [Photo: Joan Marcus]

green At ICP, a continuing series on climate change, accompanying its Genesis exhibit of works by Sebastião Selgado. On Monday, November 10, 7pm, a panel discusses the city's ongoing vulnerability to superstorms and looks Toward a Post-Carbon New York City. $15.

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