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photography Life Stand Still Here is the first solo exhibition by Rafael Soldi—images that delicately reveal the dark night of the soul. On now at ClampArt

book Your response to Ice Cream Headaches: Surf Culture in New York & New Jersey may be what surf community? But the book, with text by Ed Thompson and photographs by Julien Roubinet, is a lively rebuke to that question.

movie Okay, it's the opposite of a popcorn movie, but if you go with this indie heartbreaker about grief, Love After Love, starring Andie Macdowell and Chris O'Dowd, it's a moving work, enhanced greatly by the lead actors' performances. Tonight at the 7:15 IFC screening, MacDowell, director Russell Harbaugh, and co-writer Eric Mendelsohn do a Q & A.

performance An uncategorizable multimedia concert by Eve Beglarian called Song from A Book of Days, using, among other sources, illuminated manuscripts to reflect on the concept of time. It takes place on Friday, April 13th at The Morgan. [Photo: Lorenzo Ciniglio]

music We don't feature a whole lot of country artists on MUG, but Kacey Musgraves' exceptional voice and songwriting skills make her a crossover natural. Her new album, Golden Hour, is her best yet. She performs on June 21st atMadison Square Garden with Harry Styles.

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.

sat + sun 12-5pm (weekends thru 6/24): the morbid anatomy museum rises again with a new temporary residency at green-wood cemetery's 1877 fort hamilton gate house. free admission.

sun 7am-10pm (thru 5/31): you'll have three more hours to enjoy the sights when the high line's spring hours start today.

sun 10am-4pm: don your festive finery for the annual easter parade and easter bonnet festival. check out photos from last year. fifth avenue bet. 49th and 57th streets, centered around st. patrick's cathedral.

thru 4/8: the 47th annual new directors/new films festival, co-presented by the film society of lincoln center and the museum of modern art, screens 25 features and two programs of shorts. $17 general, $12 students/seniors.

Third Avenue Brooklyn (from 2016)

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