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photography The International Center of Photography, 250 Bowery [Houston/Prince] 212.857.0003, opened brand-new digs yesterday. The first exhibit—Public, Private, Secret—is, as you might guess, about what privacy means in today's world.




music This Monday, 8pm at le poisson rouge is a concert called Broadway Up, Guns Down to benefit the Zebra Coalition. Zebra works with LGBTQ youth in Orlando. In addition to helping a good cause, you'll get to hear Jessie Mueller sing.




movie Eat That Question is a well-made
and entertaining documentary about Frank Zappa.




book Author James Howard Kunstler's 2008 novel World Made by Hand is not about some Brooklyn idea of utopia—quite the opposite. It's about an upstate town grappling with a post-apocalyptic world. Two sequels have followed: The Witch of Hebron and A History of the Future. Out July 5th, the fourth in the series, titled The Harrows of Spring.




event Open House NY and the Museum of the City of NY sponsor a citywide scavenger hunt with a theme: zoning. It happens Saturday, July 9, 10am-7:30pm, which should be enough time to solve the 60 or so clues. Tickets are $30.







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