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the skint


theater Two talented women, one you know, one you may not: Glenn Close, whose performance in The Wife is utterly riveting and Jane Anderson, who wrote the screenplay for that film, based on the Meg Wolitzer book. The duo is back at the Public (in previews), with Close starring as Joan of Arc's mother (!) in Mother of the Maid, written by Ms. Anderson.




event Band members from Spoon, The Wrens, The Hold Steady, Wilco, Sonic Youth, Nada Surf and many more perform tonight at Flip These Houses, a "concert of protest songs, political music, and unity through song." At the Knockdown Center in Flushing, $39, net proceeds to Power to the Polls.





movie Jean-Paul Belmondo and Charles Boyer star in the captivating 1975 Alan Resnais film Stavisky, set in 1930s France, playing Film Forum from October 3-11. You can read what Roger Ebert had to say about the movie here. Big bonus: a score by Stephen Sondheim, including the gorgeous Au "Claridge" 2.




book Julie Scelfo's book The Women Who Made New York came out a couple of year's ago, but it feels more timely than ever, what with women being our last, best hope. We thought of this book because it includes Anne Russ Federman, of Russ & Daughters, who passed away September 20. Pictured above, civil rights activist Ella Baker. (Art by Hallie Heald)




food Tasty Peruvian sandwiches are available from Llamita, 80 Carmine [7th/Bedford] 646.590.2771, the little sister of Brooklyn's Llama Inn.












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 thru sun: knit happens at the annual nyc yarn crawl, three days of discounts, trunk shows, and a scavenger hunt taking place at a dozen brooklyn and manhattan yarn stores.



fri thru sun: go on the village trip, a festival of music, poetry, theatre and photography honoring the history and heritage of greenwich village, and including a free concert with suzanne vega, martha redbone and vickikristinabarcelona in washington square park on saturday.


sat 10am-5pm: shop household items, clothing, jewelry, books, cds, dvds, home-baked goods, and more from more than 60 stalls at the 104th street block association's 29th annual yard sale. 104th st bet. west end ave + riverside dr.



sat 11am-6pm: things heat up at the brooklyn botanic garden' 26th annual chile pepper festival, a day filled with combustible condiments, chile chocolates, food, live music, and more. due to the popularity of this event, advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended. brooklyn botanic garden (prospect heights/crown heights), $25 general, $20 seniors/students. [Photo: Liz Ligon]


sat 5pm-midnight: eat all of the food at the bronx night market (5-10pm) and the queens international night market (6pm-midnight).



sun 10am-7pm: broadway fans can meet stars and purchase theatre memorabilia for a good cause at the annual broadway flea market + grand auction, an annual fundraiser for broadway cares/equity fights aids. autographs tables + photo booths will be open 10am-2pm ($20-35). shubert alley (bet. w 44th + w 45th sts and broadway + 8th ave), free admission.



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