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Have Yourself Some Culture: Day-by-Day Good Times

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June

21 Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1955 masterpiece, Le AmicheSex and the City, Italian style—is at Film Forum. Follow with Chianti and pasta.

22 I Love You, Beth Cooper writer Larry Doyle releases his latest, the sci-fi romp Go, Mutants! George Clooney-produced cop show Memphis Beat debuts on TNT.

23 Adam Gopnik hosts The Moth at Cooper Union, with storytellers Simon Doonan and Jenny Allen contributing true tales of shock and scandal.

24 Relive the eighties with Florent, a documentary about the pioneering meatpacking eatery, at the New York Food Film Festival.

25 Get lost in Monet’s water lilies at Gagosian Gallery. Then head to Lincoln Center for the always-terrific New York Asian Film Festival.

26 Psychedelic popsters the Apples in Stereo and Brooklyn Youth Chorus are at South Street Seaport. Or see powerful war documentary Restrepo.

27 Bang on a Can marathon at the World Financial Center includes David Lang, Michael Gordon, and Julia Wolfe. Also, HBO’s Hung returns—just in time for Gay Pride.

28 Watch Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson do his summer job: playing the clown in Michael Greif’s production of The Winter’s Tale at Shakespeare in the Park.

29 Making big splashes: The city’s outdoor pools open; Louis C.K.’s FX sitcom, Louie, debuts; and The-Dream releases his new CD, Love King.

30 A red-letter day for teens in spirit and fact: James Franco returns to ABC’s General Hospital, and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hits theaters.


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