Out & About

| 08 Jul 2016 | 12:10

    Thu 14

    Danny Lyon ScreeningsWhitney Museum, 99 Gansevoort St.

    2–4 p.m., Free with museum admission

    Lyon’s “Media Man” and “Two Fathers” will be shown as a part of an exhibition of the filmmaker.


    ‘The Golden Bride’Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place

    2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., $30–$45

    Featuring a score by Joseph Rumshinsky. The show will be performed by a cast of 20, feature a 14-piece orchestra, and will be presented in Yiddish with English and Russian subtitles.


    Fri 15

    Anime ClubSeaward Park Library, 192 East Broadway

    3 p.m., Free

    A discussion of all things anime and manga. Club members may even learn a little Japanese! Snacks will be provided; the club is recommended for ages 13 to 18.


    ‘Street of Ships: The Port and It’s People’Southstreet Seaport Museum, 12 Fulton St.

    11:30 a.m. $12

    The exhibition is an insight on the Seaport’s history and New York City’s rise as the busiest port city in the world during most of the 19th and 20th centuries.


    Sat 16

    ‘Rear Window’Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Ave.

    9 p.m. Free

    Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 film stars James Stewart and Grace Kelly. It is being shown as part of the series “Voyeurism, Surveillance, and Identity in the Cinema.”


    Wrapped in Good TasteMerchant’s House Museum, 29 East Fourth St.

    Noon–5 p.m., Free with general admission fee.

    The exhibition explores the fashion of prominent woman of New York society in the 19th century.


    Sun 17

    Jewish Lower East Side Walking Tour7 Second Ave, corner of East Houston Street

    10 a.m. $25, cash only admission fee.

    This walking tour of the Lower East Side features the historical significance of Jewish immigrants in particular, and explores the gentrification of the area.


    Photo Safari City Hall

    4:30–7 p.m. $100

    Take pictures of famous landmarks like the Municipal Building, Tweed Courthouse and the World Trade Center complex.


    Mon 18

    Broadway Stands UpSkirball Center for the Performing Arts, 566 LaGuardia Place

    7 p.m. $60

    Now in its 14th year, Broadway Stands Up for Freedom brings together advocates, supporters and Broadway’s finest performers to honor the New York Civil Liberties Union.


    Big City Fishing Pier 46 at Charles Street

    5-7:30 p.m. Free

    Hudson River Park’s program for those as young as five eager to learn both how to fish and about the Hudson River environment. Rods, reels, bait and instruction provided.

    212-627-2020. www.hudsonriverpark.org/

    Tues 19

    Alejandro Zambra McNally Jackson, 52 Prince St.

    7 p.m.

    Zambra’s new book, Multiple Choice, does exactly what its title claims — it turns standardized test questions into a genre of literary fiction.


    Community Board 1, Seaport/Civic Center Committee 1 Centre St., Room 2202A-North

    6 p.m.


    Wed 20

    DESIGN TOUR: Elevated DesignHigh Line, location provided via email following RSVP

    6-7:15 p.m.

    Get an insider’s look at the unique design elements of the High Line and the notable architecture in the neighborhood!

    212-206.9922. www.thehighline.org/activities

    Sarah Andersen: ‘Adulthood is a Myth’The Strand, 828 Broadway, at 12th Street

    andersen will talk about the weird and wonderful world of not growing up. Commiserate and get your copy of “Adulthood is a Myth” signed by the author!

    212-473-1452. www.strandbooks.com/events/