• Gotham Magazine Gala. Capitale, 130 Broadway, nr. Grand St., 7 p.m. Truly an overflowing cornucopia of party fruits and sponsorship vegetables, this event is billed as Gotham’s “Seventh Annual Gala” and a retirement party for Tiki Barber; it’s sponsored by Cadillac, the luxury Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet, and a London hotel called the Rushmore; entertainment will be provided by D.J. Cassidy, the “Chez-Zam Entertainment Group,” and the “Fifty-Person Rhythm & Rhyme Marching Band.” Scheduled to be exhausted by all of the above are Spike Lee, Ice T, Jon Bon Jovi, Nina Sky, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
• Factory Girl screening. Tribeca Grand, 2 Sixth Ave., nr. White St., 7:30 p.m.; after-party at Gramercy Park Hotel, 2 Lexington Ave., nr. 21st St. Stars Sienna Miller, Guy Pearce, and Jimmy Fallon are promised as well as director George Hickenlooper. One hopes Sienna Miller is treated properly by the help, lest she complain to a reporter about “Gramershit Park.” (Or maybe Gramercy Shit? Shitmercy Shitpark? It’s up to her.)
• “Grand Classics” screening of Kind Hearts and Coronets. Soho House, 29 Ninth Ave., nr. 13th St., 7 p.m. Sam Mendes hosts; expected guests include Michel Gondry, Whit Stillman, Willem Dafoe, and, given the location, numerous artfully unkempt beards.
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