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7 things to do this weekend in NYC, Nov. 13-16

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Bordeaux Under One Roof
Nov. 13 7 p.m.
Industria Superstudios
775 Washington St.
$50, BordeauxUnderOneRoof.com

Can you find Bordeaux on a map? It’s cool, we’ve got Google for things like that, and even if you can’t find Bordeaux you know what it’s famous for: wine! Try 200 delicious and affordable wines from the region paired with amazing food and entertainment.

Food Fight: An In-Depth Look at Cultured Meat
Nov. 13, 7 p.m.
Holstee Work/Shop
8 Fourth St. Suite 106, Gowanus
$20, ClimateConfidential.com

The new food fight has nothing to do with throwing and everything to do with how we raise, harvest, process and transport it. This conversation, hosted by Climate Confidential, Modern Farmer and Popular Science, will take a look at the pros and cons of lab-produced meat. Beer, wine and food will be served.

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One Step Beyond
Nov. 14, 9 p.m.
American Museum ofNatural History
$25-$30, AMNH.org

Kick off the eighth season of One Step Beyond with DJ sets by Questlove, Neil Armstrong and Matthew Law. Shake what you’ve got in the Museum’s Rose Center for Earth and Space. When else can you get your dance on at the museum?

'Moby-Dick' Marathon NYC
Nov. 14-16, 6 p.m.
Various locations
Free,MobyDickMarathonNYC.org

“Moby-Dick” is a large book, and reading it by yourself in three days sounds overwhelming, right? But this classic is well worth the time and in three days, at three venues with tons of readers, we will get through this monster.

Hugs Before Tugs
Nov. 15, 9 p.m.
Kings County Saloon
1 Knickerbocker Ave., Bushwick
Free, KingsCountySaloon.com

Taking its cues from the classic “The Dating Game,” Kings County will use a similar format updated for a young crowd — meaning more raunch, less clothes. This bar also hosts the Smallest Penis in Brooklyn Pageant, so you get the idea.

Brooklyn Crush Wine & Food Festival
Nov. 15, 3 p.m.
Industry City
220 36th St., Sunset Park
$79, NYWineFestivals.com

You’ll never have to stop your wineing with over 250 for your sampling pleasure, plus chocolates, pizza, desserts, cheese, nuts and more delicious snacks from local joints like Sahadi’s, Regal Vegan, ARV Sweets and more. Plus live music and awesome company.

Greene Grape Provisions One Year Anniversary
Nov. 15, 8 a.m. (all day)
Greene Grape Provisions
767 Fulton St., Fort Greene
Free, GreeneGrape.com

From early morning to late night, enjoy demos and giveaways including a Thanksgiving menu tasting. Drop in next door to Greene Grape Wines for a special tasting, and hit up Greene Grape Annex up the block for free bar snacks, specials and more.

 
 
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