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March 10, 2008
Best Indie-Comedy Night

Every Sunday, Eugene Mirman and Michael Showalter draw a standing-room-only crowd to host their favorite stand-up performers.

March 10, 2008
Best Cheap Movie Theater

Admission runs only $6.50, all day, every Tuesday and Thursday at this retro neighborhood theater.

March 10, 2008
Free Shot of Booze

If you go to Hank’s “Rootin’ Tootin’ Saloon” on a Monday night, the band leader will deliver a shot of “courage” into your mouth for free.

March 10, 2008
Best Discount Car Rentals

All you have to do is take the train out of the city, then pick up a car at one of the rental spots close to the train station.

March 10, 2008
Best Alternative Art Space

The mid-seventies, pre-boom spirit of collaborative, screw-the-market, open-minded art is alive and well at Participant Inc.

March 10, 2008
Best Cabaret

This sleek, two-year-old spot is threatening to encroach on the turf of such established institutions as the Oak Room at the Algonquin.

March 10, 2008
Best Contact Sport

If you’re an aggressive person but don’t actually want to hurt anybody (or go to jail), you’ll love Punk Rock Pillow Fight.

March 10, 2008
Best Record Store

The space has always drawn serious music fans in search of underground sounds in every genre.

March 10, 2008
Best By-the-Hour Hotel

The Liberty Inn is unabashedly the place to go for some afternoon delight.

March 10, 2008
Best Downtown Classical-Music Venue

Joe's acoustics make each string resonate, which might be why some of the most talented classical musicians now consider it an ideal space.

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