Here are just a few of the highlights on tap this week. More info on these—and the full slate—is in the Tribeca calendar of events.
Poets House’s annual Poetry Walk benefit across the Brooklyn Bridge; Bill Murray often participates. ••• A Matter of Taste, the documentary about Corton chef Paul Liebrandt, airs on HBO at p.m. The film is about an hour and entertaining.
Denitia Odigie plays the Bubble Lounge: “Born and raised outside of Houston, Texas, Denitia’s earliest musical memories juxtapose classic country and 60s era soul on her memory’s mixtape.”
The new comedy Loveless, set in Soho, screens at 92YTribeca. ••• Also at 92YTribeca: “Fisticuffs,” which is described as “Iron Chef” for cartoonists. Left: A photo from the Fisticuffs blog. ••• Greg Laswell plays City Winery.
Alan Rudolph’s Remember My Name screens at 92YTribeca, followed by Trouble in Mind. ••• Jazz vocalist Elli Fordyce is at Jerry’s Café.
The ARChive of Contemporary Music’s Surfin’ Summer Record & CD sale; through June 26. ••• Radio Happy Hour at City Winery: “An afternoon of old-time radio comedy/drama with special guests Sun Airway, Hank & Cupcakes, and more.” ••• Hype Williams’s Belly and The Cure in Orange, a concert film, screen at 92YTribeca. Williams didn’t direct the Cure film but I’m too lazy to rewrite it so that’s clear.
Father’s Day! Gift suggestions here. ••• Fulton Stall Market and New Amsterdam Market. ••• Bang on a Can Marathon at the World Financial Center Winter Garden.
As for ongoing events, you might consider…
Art.Write.Now.’s 2011 awards exhibition is at the World Financial Center’s Courtyard Gallery. This isn’t your average teenage art show. Below: Deconstructive Theater by budding architect Claire Hathaway, age 13. More examples here.