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photography Opening January 26 at ICP, Edmund Clark: The Day the Music Died is not about the death of Buddy Holly, but rather about the War on Terror and what has been done in the name of keeping American citizens safe.




books The Strand, the 90-year-old treasure of New York City, lost its iconic owner, Fred Bass, on January 3. There will be a celebration of his life on Friday, January 26th, 6:45pm-8, RSVP.




theater One of our favorite singer-songwriters, Jill Sobule, has a new musical up her sleeve. Called Times Square (inspired by the 1980 movie of the same name), you can hear a performance of songs from the show at Joe's Pub, February 5th, $15.




movie In his documentary What Lies Upstream, director Cullen Hoback examines the contaminated water of West Virginia and the failures—by politicians as well as the EPA and the Center for Disease Control—to do their jobs.




music Ella (her first name is sufficient) is celebrated (cellabrated) on January 16 at a benefit for Harlem Stage with Dee Dee Bridgewater and Wé McDonald.






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