Obscura Society NYC gives a tour of New York City Marble Cemetery. Usually closed to the public, this space is one of the few surviving cemeteries in lower Manhattan.
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SPICE, SPICE BABY. Meet Lior Lev Sercarz, the “Spice Master” and chef of La Boite in New York City, at the Rubin Museum of Art. He’s been named one of Bon Appetit’s “Tastemakers of 2012” and he’ll chat with scientist Donald A.
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DRAWN TO ANIMATION. The Museum of the Moving Image is screening “Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted” in 3-D this week through Friday. Marty the Zebra and his gang are still trying to get back to New York, but they wind up with a traveling circus in Europe.
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Invisible Dog displays art by Brooklyn local Ryan Frank. The exhibit consists of landscape photographs each surrounded by his unique custom-made frames. Free. 1 p.m. 51 Bergen St., Brooklyn. (347) 560-3641.
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‘MAKING ROOM.’ This new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York examines innovative design solutions in full-size and micro-studio apartments. The show features winners from the Bloomberg administration’s pilot competition to test new housing models.
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HEY, ‘FOOD.’ Mary McCartney will present her new book, “Food: Vegetarian Home Cooking,” at Barnes & Noble. It’s filled with her photos and family-friendly, meat-free dishes inspired by her mother’s recipes.
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LOOKING AT LADIES. Katrina del Mar’s “Girls Girls Girls” exhibit ends today at Participant.
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Gear up for a day filled with caffeine as the Coffee & Tea Festival NYC returns.
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Strap on your guitar and head to the third annual Brooklyn Springtime Guitar Show, held at Brooklyn Bowl.
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A GIRL LIKE THAT. Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy winner Rita Moreno (“West Side Story”) will dish about her “Memoir” at Barnes & Noble.
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