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Friday, September 6 TriBeCa Cinemas Presents Premiere Screening of “Daywalking” TriBeCa Cinemas, 54 Varick Street 7:30 PM- 11:30 PM, free “Daywalking” follows a man into his subconscious mind, delving into his imagination as he is inspired by his urban surroundings. Choreographed by Gregory Dolbashian, the dancers from The DASH Ensemble are an army in all [&hellip
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Out & About

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Friday, September 6 Friday Morning Fall Bird Walks (Fridays, September 6 − October 25) American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street 9-11 a.m., $85 Observe the exciting fall migration of birds in Central Park. Learn how to use field marks, habitat, and behavior as aids to identify “confusing fall warblers,” thrushes, [&hellip
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Making Bodegas the Bad Guys?

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I am truly confused by your article on pre-cut produce. The incident that gave rise to the article occurred at the West Side Market on B’way and 97th. So why did the article target bodegas? Would it not have made far more sense – and be far more appropriately informative to your readers – to [&hellip
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Real Uses for Plastic Bags

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Re: Adam Janos’s article on plastic bags (“Charging for Plastic,” August 29, page 1) I see no mention of an obvious point: don’t people use plastic bags to throw out their wet garbage? I certainly use the bags I get from the supermarket to put such garbage out and it is later gathered with other [&hellip
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Hopper at the Movies

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How modern sensibility went from canvas to screen  In the Museum of Modern Art’s current exhibit “American Modern: Hopper to O’Keefe” viewers can survey the creation of modern sensibility and realize its impact from one medium to another. If the art of cinematography is, as film critic Armond White succinctly put it, “the idea of [&hellip
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Out & About

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Friday, September 6 Conversation with a Conservator — The Hunt of the Frail Stag: Five Medieval Tapestry Fragments The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, 2–2:45 p.m., free with museum admission. Experience a lively dialogue with a museum conservator about these intriguing objects. Giulia Chiostrini is an assistant conservator in the Department of Textile [&hellip
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Don’t Blame Bodegas

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I am truly confused by your article on pre-cut produce. The incident that gave rise to the article occurred at the West Side Market on B’way and 97th. So why did the article target bodegas? Would it not have made far more sense – and be far more appropriately informative to your readers – to [&hellip
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