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Agenda: New York's culture editors plan the week.

Today: 7/28/14

Tuesday: 7/29/14

Wednesday: 7/30/14

Thursday: 7/31/14

Friday: 8/1/14

Saturday: 8/2/14

Sunday: 8/3/14

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Nightlife

Alvvays
Rough Trade

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Nightlife

Conor Oberst
Central Park

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Art

Ultra Subjective Space

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Art

Living: An Exhibition by Peter Coffin

Peter Coffin's Living explores the relationship between "the life of the object and the approach of the viewer."  More »

Art

Larry Clark

The 'Kids' and 'Bully' director gets a career retrospective. More »

Theater

Drunk Shakespeare

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Nightlife

If You Build It
UCB East

Kara Klenk hosts this weekly standup night. More »

Nightlife

Brooks Wheelan
Union Hall

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Nightlife

Kodomo
Glasslands Gallery

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Theater

Latino Cultural Festival
Queens Theatre in the Park

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Theater

The Opponent
59E59 Theaters

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Theater

Newsies
Nederlander Theater

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Theater

Hurlyburly

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Kids

Family Art Project Days
Wave Hill

For the month of December, Wave Hill’s weekend crafting days are especially festive. More »

Art

122 Color Photographs
Yossi Milo

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Theater

The City of Conversation
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater

A Washington DC socialite’s famous dinner parties are thrown into upheaval when her son brings home both a new girlfriend and new political views. More »

Nightlife

How I Learned to Live in New York
Union Hall

Writers, comics, and storytellers describe "lessons learned, unlearned, relearned or in progress." More »

Theater

The Pianist of Willesden Lane
59E59 Theaters

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Nightlife

Take it Personal: The Hip Hop Improv Show
UCB East

Every week, Hot 97's Cipha Sounds exploits the connection between hip-hop and improv to comedic end. More »

Theater

The Pigeoning
HERE Arts Center

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Art

Activist New York
The Museum of the City of New Yo

An exploration of 400 years of social activism in the city. More »

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