pencil it in: last minute additions

October 8: Restoration Rocks Music Festival

Mos Def teams up with the Brooklyn Philharmonic in this concert which presents the classics with a twist. Also permorming: Talib Kweli and Pharoahe Monch. 1368 Fulton St at Marcy Ave, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, 12- 5 PM, free

October 9: Shop the Night Away

Modeled after night markets in Asia, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar has arrived. The market features more than 50 indie shops and tastes from a dozen eateries. You can also check out the ten human shaped sculptures on view by artist Jason Krugman.  A ticketed concert area will feature the bands YACHT, Monogold, Trouble Andrew and DJ sets. After you’ve shopped, dined and grooved to the fresh tunes grab a brew from the beer garden as a nice end to the weekend. See the full vendor list here. 138 Willoughby St at Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, 5 PM- 12 AM

October 11: Got Dog, Will Cook

Join authors Kit Feldman and Sabina Pierce from 6-8 PM at the launch for their new book The Culinary Canine. Held at the Muse hotel, the event showcases pet friendly recipes from top chefs around the country. Mix, mingle and sample the bites with your furry pals! 130 West 46th Street (between 6th and 7th)

October 12: Wine and Dine

Buttermilk Channel in Carrol Gardens is hosting a special wine oriented dinner with Matt Licklider of LIOCO. The dinner will consist of five courses meant to complement the California wine selection. Seats to the meal will run you $100 (inclusive of tax and tip) and must be reserved by calling 718 852 8490. 524 Court Street, Brooklyn

October 12: Off to Argentina

Alamos Wines and Protect out winters team up with the Patagonia SoHo store to host an evening wine, Argentinean cuisine, and a screening of Teton Gravity Research’s film Further. The free event will also include a Q & A with professional snowboarder (and star of the film!) Jeremy Jones. RSVP here. 101 Wooster Street (between Prince and Spring)

Now- October 22: Andy and Liz

Liz is a celebration of Elizabeth Taylor as seen through the eyes of dear friend Andy Warhol. Featuring a number of iconic works including Liz #6 the exhibition showcases the legendary actress in all her bold and beautiful glory. Gagosian Gallery, 522 West 21st Street, Mon- Sat 10 AM- 6PM

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