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+Use [I heart NYC Museums](http://iheartnymuseums.com/) to look them all up and
+see when they are free!
+MOMA is free 4-8pm on fridays, the Met is always "suggested" donation, the
+Guggenheim is free Saturday 5:45-7:45pm, the Whitney is free 6-9pm Fridays, the
+New Museum is free 7-9pm Thursdays, Morgan library is free 6-9pm every
+Thursday. Brooklyn museum street party is the first saturday of every month.
+[Google listings for Manhattan](http://www.google.com/movies?hl=en&near=10013)
+Other movies listings:
+* [MoMa films](http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/filters/3)
+* [Anthologie film archives](http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/)
+* [Film Forum](http://www.filmforum.com/)
+* [BAM cinema](http://www.bam.org/view.aspx?pid=6)
+In the summer, see:
+## Other lists/blogs
+<http://nonsensenyc.com> (mailing list)
+Dual Specialty: Mostly Indian, some Middle Eastern spices and ingredients, at
+1st Ave and 6th St in Manhattan.
+I like the Hungarian Pastry Shop up near Columbia University, very cozy. Think
+Coffee is reasonable near Washington Park. Kaffee 1668 (just north of WTC site)
+has the best brewed coffee I know of in Manhattan, and good wifi.
+[School of Math](http://thewe.net/math/)
+The Met Opera House sometimes has standing-room-only tickets, which are
+actually pretty reasonable (you get sort of a dedicated lecturn in the back of
+the audience), and frequently results in free upgrades to primo seats in the
+The State Island Ferry, Central Library (at 42nd St), High Line, and of course
+Central Park are all free and worth visits.