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The three best things to do in New York today

By Lea Ceasrine

All Aboard the Night Train with Wyatt Cenac
First stop of your week: the comedy-combo featuring Wyatt Cenac of The Daily Show, Aparna Nancherla from the Last Comic Standing and four other hilarious comedians at this Gowanus hot spot. The versatile weekly show also offers musical performances and, sometimes, gets surprise appearances from local celebrities. Littlefield, Brooklyn; 8pm; $5–$8

Get your palms read at the Morbid Anatomy Museum
If you're a believer (or maybe just a skeptic), here's your chance to test the powers of the universe, as three expert members of the Tarot Society will do personal readings for visitors throughout the night for a reasonable fee. See what your palms reveal, draw tarot cards and even discover more about your astrological sign. Who knows, skeptics might even become believers by the end of the night. Morbid Anatomy Museum, Brooklyn; 6–8pm; readings vary from $1–$2/minute

Join forces with Luke Skywalker at a free outdoor screening of Star Wars
Head over to the huge beer garden outside this Williamsburg bar to catch the epic 1977 release of "Episode IV: A New Hope." With house-made popcorn and beer specials all night, the force is with you, all right! Crown Victoria Bar, Brooklyn; 9pm, free


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