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the skint

THE MORNING LINE MUG will be on a break for the next two weeks, back November 18.

movies The Irishman at IFC: Scorsese, De Niro, Pacino.

theater At St. Ann's Warehouse from November 13, History of Violence, adapted from the book by Édouard Louis. And over at BAM, November 14-21, The End of Eddy, Louis' other acclaimed autobiographical novel.

food Rhodora, 197 Adelphi [Willoughby] 718.233.9134, is the first zero-waste wine bar in the country. It's easy to drink well here (if not cheaply) and the nibbles are an elevated version of a Ploughman's lunch.

cabaret For many Broadway musical fans, the three most magical words are "original cast album." A celebration of same at Feinstein's/54 Below with performers from some of the most beloved Broadway shows/recordings, including Anita Gillette, Penny Fuller, Martin Vidnovic, November 16, 9:30pm, tickets from $30, with $25 food/beverage minimum.

cabaret Photographer Fred Baldwin has published his memoir, Dear Mr. Picasso: An Illustrated Love Affair with Freedom, that begins with his introduction to Pablo Picasso in 1955 and follows his career, including the founding of FotoFest. There's a book launch and signing at Aperture Gallery on Wednesday, December 4, 6pm.

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 4-8pm: ben + jerry's celebrates world vegan day with free scoops of non-dairy ice cream at participating shops.

fri 4pm doors, 4:45pm pre-show: the annual new york city marathon opening ceremony celebrates the diversity of sunday's race with a show, a parade of nations, and a fireworks display. enter at w 63rd st + central park west. free.

fri thru sun: irish arts center's 11th annual poetryfest showcases poets from ireland and north america, including a tribute to seamus heaney. irish arts center (midtown west), $50 opening night, free for the rest of the fest.

fri thru 11/24: performa 19, the eighth edition of the performa biennial, returns with three weeks of live performances throughout the city. various prices.

sat + sun 10am-6pm (weekends thru march): the brooklyn flea and smorgasburg move indoors for the winter with 75 local food and goods vendors. 25 kent ave (williamsburg), free admission.


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