Family Friday Pizza & Movie Night
Charlotte's Place, 107 Greenwich St. between Rector & Carlisle
6-7:30 p.m., Free
It's Friday night, you made it through the week, the kids are hungry, and you're too tired to cook. Bring the whole family to Charlotte's Place.
The City Winery, 155 Varick Street
8 p.m., $40+
Twenty-five years ago Paula Poundstone climbed on a Greyhound bus and traveled across the country -- stopping in at open mic nights at comedy clubs as she went. A high school drop-out, she went on to become one of the great humorists of our time. You can hear her through your laughter as a regular panelist on NPR's popular rascal of a weekly news quiz show, Wait Wait. Don't Tell Me.
2nd Annual NYC World TB Walk
Union Square, 14th & Broadway
9:30 a.m., Free
Tuberculosis is still a killer disease around the world. Join in on the walk to advocate in the fight against TB.
An Evening of Italian Wine & Music
Cultural Institute of New York 43A West 13th Street
8 p.m., $30
The evening will begin with a wine reception showcasing Italian wines from Roca della Masie, Stella & Mosca, St Michael Eppan, and Zenato and Prosecco from Enrico, Toffoli, and Zardetto, followed by a thrilling concert of The Art of Love (Into the Labyrinth), Ray Luedeke's original, virtuosic score for two pianos and a text adapted from an ancient manual banned for two thousand years, Ovid's The Art of Love.
Fortune Cookie Show
Gotham Comedy Club, 208 W. 23rd Street
1 p.m., $15+
What does your future hold? For me, I see a breakfast burrito. Because I just ordered one. But who knows what the hands of fate have in store for you! Come hear NYC's funniest teenage comics predict their own future, and maybe yours.
Heebie Jeebies: Spooky, Freaky, & Bizarre
SVA Theatre, 333 W. 23rd St
5:30 p.m., $13
Part of the New York International Children's Film Festival. A collection of strange and scary short films from around the world, for ages 10 to adult. 13 animated films from a minute to ten. 80 min runtime.
Blue Note Jazz Club, 131 W. 3rd Street, between 6th Ave and MacDougal Street
8 p.m., 20+
Born in Hokkaido, Japan, Saeki made her debut in 1987 as a tango singer after being crowned Miss Sapporo. Soon afterward, she traveled to Argentina to record her first album. Since then, she has received critical acclaim on TV, radio and in various magazines. She was responsible for the boom of Latin music in Japan in the 1990s/2000s and was also the vocalist for the band "Orquesta del Sol.
LANDMARKS & PUBLIC AESTHETICS MEETING, Community Board 2
The LGBT Community Center, 208 W. 13th St, Room 301
1. 80 Wooster St. ? Application is to legalize the installation of mechanical equipment and flagpole without Landmarks Preservation Commission permit(s).
2. 129 Spring St. ? Application is to construct rooftop and rear yard additions, alter the roof, and replace storefront infill.
3. 16 Jane St. ? Application is to remove the fire balconies, the stucco finish and outer wythe of brick and construct a new façade.
4. 153 W. 13th St. ? Application is to construct a rear addition and excavate at the rear yard.
5. 320 W. 12th St., aka 607 Hudson St. ? Application is to construct a pergola.
6. 20 Fifth Ave., aka 2-4 W. 9th St. ? Application is to replace windows.
7. 4 Bedford St. ? Application is to demolish and reconstruct the front and rear facades, install windows, and construct a rear yard addition and rooftop bulkhead.
Ryan Aderréy Performs
The Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street btwn Thompson and LaGuardia
7:15 p.m,, $10
Singer-songwriter Ryan Aderréy, whose music has appeared on Top 40 and Hot A/C Radio, performs at the Bitter End. 21+
Jen Davis Photo Exhibit
136 West 21st Street, Room 418F
7 p.m., Free
For the past 11 years, photographer Jen Davis has been working on an extended self-portrait series that explores notions of beauty, identity and body image. More recently, her work has opened up to include the world of men, sexual desire and relationships. Her talk is part of the i3: Images, Ideas, Inspiration lecture series, which features presentations by digital photographers, hardware and software developers and industry experts.
Stephen Maine Lecture
A lecture by artist, critic, curator and teacher Stephen Maine.
Defining Lines: Maps From The 1700s And Early 1800s Exhibit
Fraunces Tavern Museum, 54 Pearl Street
12-5 p.m., $4+
Come explore the landscapes of America's early history, as seen in maps of the 1700s and early 1800s. This exhibit examines the detailed depictions of an emerging nation as portrayed by cartographers. The 27 exhibited maps provide a wider perspective to the evolving nation's place in history, including a never before seen map from 1804 depicting the United States' postal routes.
Tiny Poets Time
The Poet's House, 10 River Terrace
10 a.m., Free
Poetry readings for toddlers.
Contemporary American Art Songs of Chris DeBlasio
Trinity Church, 74 Trinity Place
1 p.m., Free
Trinity's weekly free concert series. Trinity continues its tradition of presenting incredible talent through Concerts at One. This series has provided a history of music in Lower Manhattan since the 1920s, fostering local and international talent. Today, Concerts at One will satisfy the savvy and the inexperienced concertgoer as Trinity continues to expand the musical palettes of New Yorkers and visitors alike