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Presented to you with limited commercial interruptions by the weekend.

Thursday

UD - Steven Alan – 70% = This
SALE-ING

Steven Alan – 70% = This

Steven Alan really hates handsome button-downs, perfect cardigans and tailored wool sport coats. Or so it would seem. See, he seems to be trying really hard to get rid of those things this weekend, by marking them 70% off. Be a champ, won’t you, and help him out.

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Nov 14-17, Steven Alan Sample Sale, 87 Franklin St (between Broadway and Church)

UD - The Night in Topless Photo Exhibits...
TA-TAS FOR NOW

The Night in Topless Photo Exhibits...

Happening one night only in Greenpoint: a photo exhibition of four lovely ladies, inspired by a topless-rollerblading Instagram account one of them started. Repeat: a topless-rollerblading Instagram account one of them started.

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Nov 14, 7pm-midnight, Topless at Human NYC, 110 Meserole Ave (between Leonard and Manhattan), Brooklyn, 315-854-0749

Friday

UD - McCarren Pool’s Skating Rink, Now Open
ICE ICE BABY

McCarren Pool’s Skating Rink, Now Open

Ice-skaters who’ll fit on McCarren’s new rink: 300
Zambonis present: 1
Pulled-pork-topped hot dogs named after old wrestlers they serve: 1
Pulled-pork-topped hot dogs named after old wrestlers you’ll have: > 1

Sunday

UD - Hey, Alder Does Brunch Now
ALD IN THE FAMILY

Hey, Alder Does Brunch Now

Ah, the bacon-egg-and-cheese gyoza dumpling: a thing that... now exists, thanks to Alder’s new Sunday brunch. It’ll be joined by a trio of Bloodys and lobster-knuckle sandwiches. Vastly superior to classic knuckle sandwiches.

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Sundays, noon-3pm, Alder, 157 2nd Ave (between 9th and 10th), 212-539-1900

What Else Is New

UD - Your New Options for Steak and Cocktails
AND NOW...

Your New Options for Steak and Cocktails

For power: You’ll wash down lobster spaghettini with 30-ounce ribeye at the Midtown East outpost of Davio’s, a Boston favorite.
For pre-theater: Grab some Japanese-inspired cocktails and lamb chops beneath the tree growing inside Bea in Hell’s Kitchen. Even the trees are sick of the cold already.

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