COPING WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
Caring for relatives, coping & how to survive?roundtable discussion for caretakers of Alzheimer's patients; 212-442-3178 for location; noon, free.
HEALTH ISSUES ANONYMOUS
Twelve-step group for those living w/a health concern; St. Luke's Roosevelt Center, 324 W. 108th St., #305 (betw. B'way & Riverside Dr.), 212-362-7214; 5:30-7, free.
NATIONAL HAIR LOSS MONTH
Yep it's that time again...speak w/dermatologist & "stylist"; Pier 1, South St. Seaport, 212-642-7731; 11-3, free.
Dance lessons start the night off, w/big bands at 10; 349 W 46th St. (betw. 8th & 9th Aves.), 212-262-9554; 9:15, call for price.
Social discussion group for bi-sexuals & "bi-friendlies," or "people who are willing to put up w/their endless bulls"; NY Spaces, 131 W. 72nd St. (betw. B'way & Columbus Ave.), 212-714-7714; 6-8, $3-$5.
PSYCHOLOGY DISCUSSION GROUP
Talk about gay life w/other men & women; the Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center, 1 Little W. 12th St. (Hudson St.), 212-228-5153; 8, $5.
Every Friday in August & it's free; Battery Park City, 212-267-9700 for meeting place; 8:30 a.m., free [through 8/31].
SATURDAY EVENINGS AT THE GUGGENHEIM
See exhibit without the crowds & w/the possibility of meeting a life-partner?unlike at MoMa?see "Monday"?wine is not incl. in price; Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Ave. (89th St.), 212-415-5500; 5:45, $25.
Today, crash course in salsa; 39 W. 19th St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.)., 212-807-0802; call for times & price.
That's right, the useful kind of psychology. Dr. Charles Tart lectures on "Scientific Evidence for Taking Spirits Seriously," & it's even in a hotel; Metropolitan Hotel, 569 Lexington Ave. (betw. 51st & 52nd Sts.), 212-628-1550; 7, call for price.
Attend a lecture/field trip & enter to win photo contest w/cash prizes. Today, "Making the Best of the Wrong Time" for all you lenspeople; NY Botanical Garden, 200th St. (Southern Blvd.), Bronx, 718-817-8747; 2, call for price.
Esther Yang, psychotherapist/feng shui master lectures; Institute of Self Healing, 156 5th Ave. (B'way), 888-325-9679; call for times & price.
IMPROVE YOUR JOB SEARCH TECHNIQUE
Chery Milmoe discusses "How to Change Careers" at Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 5th Ave. (betw. 39th & 40th Sts.), 212-221-7676; 6:30, free.
MONDAYS AT MOMA
Allegedly the HOTTEST pick-up scene in town & a real bare back crowd?this Monday view Monet & Warhol followed by wine tasting/mingle session; Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 212-708-9400; 6, $39.
Get fit; and girls, come see for yourself if "yoga boobs" are just a myth; 6th & B Garden, 6th St. (Ave. B), 212-982-5673; 7 a.m., free [through 8/27].
Vintage wine classes all summer long & a classy phone number! This week?"How Sweet It Is: Ports & Dessert Wines"; Divine's Bar, 55 Liberty St. (Nassau St.), 212-791-WINE; 6:30-9, $35-$45.
FILM & VIDEO
For complete listings of movies in theaters, see "Film Schedules."
Screen this month, starting today w/Camille, at NY Public Library's St. Agnes Branch, 444 Amsterdam Ave. (W. 81st St.), 212-221-7676; 2, free.
German television series incl. films by Hal Hartley, Melvin Van Peebles & Ken Russell screens at The Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 212-708-9781 or www.moma.org; call for times & prices [through 8/2].
GOOD TIMES, BAD TIMES
The Films of Abel Ferrara screen, incl. premiere of 1997 feature The Blackout; Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave. (2nd St.), 212-505-5181; call for times & prices [through 8/16].
MOVIES UNDER THE STARS
Free outdoor screenings in Hoboken continue w/The Matrix, on the waterfront overlooking Hudson River; Erie Lackawana Plaza, Hoboken PATH Station, 201-420-2207; 9.
SOUNDS OF SILENTS
Museum screens silent films The Crowd, Nosferatu, The Wind, Ben-Hur & The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, all restored w/full orchestration; Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St. (betw. 5th & 6th Aves.), 212-621-6600; call for times, prices & complete sched. [through 8/12].
WEDNESDAYS AT VOID
Tonight, When We Were Kings, starring Muhammad Ali, George Foreman, George Plimpton & Norman Mailer; Void, 16 Mercer St. (Howard St.), 212-941-6492; 8, free.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE PARK SUMMER FILM SERIES
Screens Smoke today; Water St. (Dock St.), 718-802-0603 for rain date; 8:45, free.
Weekly series devoted to "radical" films from local activists...radical; Walkerstage, 56 Walker St. (betw. Church St. & B'way), 718-768-7853; 8, $5.
HOLLYWOOD ON THE HOMEFRONT: AMERICAN FILM IN THE 1940S
Festival highlighting this "turbulent & productive" decade continues w/Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt (2) & Kings Row (4:15) starring Ronald Reagan; American Museum of the Moving Image, 35th Ave. (36th St.), Astoria, 718-784-4520; call for prices & complete sched. [through 9/9].
RENOIR & HOLLYWOOD
YWCA Cine-Club presents Swamp Water (1941) at YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd St.), 212-735-9717; 4:30, $7 [repeats Sun.].
THE DEN OF BANNED FILMS
Screens Jud Suss, chilling Nazi propaganda film banned in both US & Germany; Den of Cin beneath Two Boots, 44 Ave. A (betw. 3rd & 4th Sts.), 212-714-3575; 8, $5 (incl. one drink).
Super-8 festival hosts bi-monthly screening of short films (www.flickernyc.com to submit); Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard (betw. B'way & Church St.), 212-219-3006; 7, $5.
HBO BRYANT PARK FILM FESTIVAL
Outdoor summer film festival continues today w/The Philadelphia Story (1940); Bryant Park, 42nd St. (6th Ave.), 212-512-5700 or www.hbobryantparkfilm.com; sunset, call for price.
WOMEN BEHIND THE CAMERA
Series celebrates French women as filmmakers. Today, Haut les coeurs! (1989) about pregnant woman fighting breast cancer & La buche (1999) about three sisters & their chaotic lives during holiday season; French Institute, 22 E. 60th St. (betw. Madison & Park Aves.), 212-355-6160; call for times, $8, $6.