arts 06.29.18

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the skint


movie Leave No Trace is a small, affecting film that leaves a long, lasting impression.




tv The less said about Hannah Gadsby's brilliant Nanette, available on Netflix, the better. We'll only point out that it's a stand-up routine that morphs into a one-woman show and where you are at the start is not where you end up.




music Ray Davies' new album, Our Country: Americana Act II is a followup to last year's Americana, continuing the songwriter's contemplation of the idea and the reality of a nation mid-sea change.




book We're always cheered when we hear the words 'new book by Anne Tyler.' Clock Dance is out July 10.




food Jessie Ware and her mother are the host of the engaging podcast Table Manners, during which a musician, celebrity, or politician breaks bread with Jessie and Mum (Mum cooks) and they talk food, culture, and life.












skint - adj. british slang (1930-35)
lacking funds, broke, bust, stone-broke, impecunious


Around town this weekend, courtesy of the skint: a daily listing of free and cheap things to buy, see, do and eat in New York.





fri 4pm until sunday 11pm: the largest improv festival in the world, the annual del close marathon, celebrates the legacy of the father of improv with more than 50 hours of non-stop shows across 11 stages. $12-25/show, $45/pass.



fri + sat 6pm doors (+ tues-sat thru 7/14): dance bands turn lincoln center's damrosch park into an open-air dance party for the annual midsummer night swing series. fri: gerard carelli and his orchestra; sat: the glenn crytzer orchestra. dance lesson at 6:30pm, live music at 7:30pm. damrosch park at lincoln center (uws), $17 admission, but there's usually room to watch/dance outside the main space for free.



fri 6:30pm doors, 7:30pm show: the annual bric celebrate brooklyn! festival continues its 41st season with branford marsalis and frederick douglass now, roger guenveur smith's one-man show. prospect park bandshell, free ($5 suggested donation). [Photo: Justin Zsebe]



sat 4-9pm (monthly thru october): the first-ever bronx night market, offers an array of local food, drink, and craft vendors that exemplifies the diversity of the borough. boasting edible bronx as one of its presenters, the market's prices will range from $3-7 an item. fordham plaza (bronx), free admission.



thru 7/19: the new york woman retrospective at the quad highlights the female protagonist's experience in the big apple over the years, with a series of 50 films including baby face, breakfast at tiffany's, gloria, just another girl on the i.r.t., manhandled, moonstruck, rosemary's baby, and many more. quad cinema (greenwich village), $16 general, $13 seniors.


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