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FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: A necklace
MESSAGE: This necklace, made of brass and acrylic fashioned into the shape of chains and pearls, was created by Tatiana Sánchez, a Mexian artist and jewelry designer who is "obsessed with the clash of classes."
MESSAGE: A new shopping site for a Brooklyn showroom (147 Front St between Pearl and Jay Sts, suite 212; 718-246-5813).
DISCARDED: "All the clothes, none of the close mindedness"
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SUBJECT: Mid-week list
MESSAGE: New Cuban restaurant Cantina (29 Ave B between 2nd and 3rd Sts, 212-228-0599) opens this Friday, Pour wine shop now offering wine pairing advice on their website, boutique Seize sur Vingt (243 Elizabeth St between Houston and Prince Sts,
212-343-0476) is stocking classy Wolf-Rayet shoes and boots, Freemans (8 Rivington St between Christie St and Bowery, 212-673-3209) Cut Throat 101 classes start October 14th, and Sunshine Cinema (143 E Houston St between Forsyth and Eldridge Sts, 212-330-8182) is screening "comedic gorefest" Murder Party on October 12th and 13th at midnight.