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MESSAGE: This newish line of women's clothing printed with slightly macabre imagery is available at TG-170 (170 Ludlow St between Houston and Rivington Sts, 212-995-8660) and at Dear Fieldbinder (198 Smith St between Baltic and Warren Sts, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn; 718-852-3620).
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SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Cuban restaurant Cantina (29 Ave B between 2nd and 3rd Sts, 212-228-0599) is open, Frederick’s is now French bistro Jour Et Nuit (8 W 58th St at Fifth Ave, 212-752-2600), Freemans Sporting Club's (8 Rivington St between Bowery and Chrystie St, 212-673-3209) Cut Throat 101 shaving classes are available starting this Sunday, L’Impero's (45 Tudor City Pl, 212-599-5045) now serving a prix-fixe "Domenica Rustica" menu, the Asia Society (Auditorium, 725 Park Ave at 70th St) is hosting a panel event called A Chocolate Affair on Monday from 6:30 to 9pm, and a Women Chefs & Restaurateurs fund-raising dinner is Thursday October 18th from 6 to 10pm at the Prince George Ballroom (15 E 27th St at Madison Ave).