Weekend Events: January 23 - 25

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Friday:
We're already giving "That's What Friends are For" a standing ovation. Dionne Warwick at BB Kings.
Always informative and clever, The New Yorker shows some of their all time favorite featured cartoons. On the Money: Cartoons for The New Yorker at the Morgan Library.
Proving that pretty and funny aren't mutually exclusive, this foul-mouthed blonde brings her act to New York. Chelsea Handler at Carnegie Hall.
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Saturday:
As if you haven't had your fill of politics this week. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington at MoMA.
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These Bronx sistahs are back with a vengeance. ESG at (le) Poisson Rouge.
Actor/rapper/political spokesman, Mos Def does it all (except design a fashion label...yet). Enjoy his musical stylings before he jets off to star in a blockbuster film. Mos Def at Blue Note.
Sunday:
You've never seen Mormons rock out like this before. The Killers at MSG.
Mary-Louise Parker takes time off from playing a drug slinging mom to play a repressed Victorian age housewife. Oh Mary! We heart you. Hedda Gabler opens on Broadway.
Oh my god! New York has gone President crazy! Nixon at the MoMA.
Eek! Today is your >last chance to catch the William Eggleston exhibit at the Whitney! Do it! Do it now! By the way, it's pay what you can day.

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