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The three best things to do in New York today

By
Jillian Anthony
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See the Great White Way go pop at Broadway Sings Bruno Mars
Some of Broadway's brightest talents take a mission to Mars in a reprise of this successful May edition of the Broadway Sings series. Scheduled performers include Lena Hall, Corey Cott, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Ciara Renée, Matt DeAngelis, Leigh Ann Larkin and John Arthur Greene.
Highline Ballroom, 7pm, $28-$45

Enjoy The Goonies on the sand
Even if you're not an '80s baby, you’ve probably heard of the epic adventure The Goonies gang goes through. This popcorn classic has more death-defying ups and downs than the Coney Island Cyclone—which you can go on before you catch the film! Bring a towel, grab a Nathan's Famous hot dog and get comfy.
Coney Island Beach near West 10th St, 7:30pm, free

Discuss Oliver Stone flicks with New York critic Matt Zoller Seitz and director Ramin Bahrani
Film buffs can head to movie-haven Videology tonight to not only catch a viewing of the demented Natural Born Killers, but also hear some film experts dish on Oliver Stone's work. New York magazine critic Matt Zoller Seitz and filmmaker Ramin Bahrani will take a look at seminal scenes from Stone films over the years while you nosh on nachos and beer.
Videoology, 7pm, $15

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