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Email Scan: High Tops

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We scan the inbox so you don't have to. Today, a mere one item of note:.

FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: Cheap Monday sneakers
MESSAGE: The high-top, graffiti-scribbled shoes are available for $40 at the brand's pop-up store (330 E 11th St, 212-475-0079

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FROM: Thrillist
SUBJECT: Playwright Irish Pub (27 W 35th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves, 212-268-8868)
MESSAGE: This bar, equipped with kiosks and windows for OTB, will be showing the Belmont
DISCARDED: "saving casual gamblers from getting mugged by serious gamblers," "for those ashamed to expose their addiction to fellow humans, "NY1's coverage of convicts being perp-walked"

FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Walk on White Street (White St between Lafayette St and West Broadway) on Saturday from 11am to 11pm, kidsfilmfest on Saturday at 1 and 3pm at the Brooklyn Children's Museum (145 Brooklyn Ave, 718-735-4400), Brady Rymer plays on Saturday at 10 and 11am at Pottery Barn Kids (69th St and Second Ave, 212-879-4746), Music for Aardvarks performing on Saturday at 11am at The Concert Hall (2 W 64th St at Central Park West, 212-277-7179), Animal Rhythms event on Sunday at 11am at the HERE Arts Center, Main State Theater (145 Spring St between Spring and Broome Sts, 212-715-1914) and the BookSmart sale

FROM: DailyCandy
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Art parties hosted by designers like Libertine and Ruffian happening every night from 7 to 9pm through June 11th at 21 Mercer St between Grand and Canal Sts, documentary You’re Gonna Miss Me begins screenings tomorrow at Cinema Village (22 E 12th St between University Pl. and Fifth Ave, 212-924-3363), exhibition Celluloid Skyline: New York and the Movies on view through June 22nd at Vanderbilt Hall in the Grand Central Terminal (42nd St at Park Ave), and limited-edition t-shirts (Barneys Nation Ltd. tees) now on sale at Barneys New York (660 Madison Ave at 61st St, 212-826-8900)

FROM: Juli B
SUBJECT: Socialista (505 West St between Jane and Horatio Sts, 212-929-4303)
MESSAGE: A new nightspot/restaurant, opening to the public today, from Armin Amiri (formerly of Bungalow 8)

FROM: SheFinds
SUBJECT: Web discounts
MESSAGE: 45% off Follica Research with code "SheFinds45" and 20% off Shop Robertson with "SheFinds20"

FROM: MUG
SUBJECT: List of upcoming events
MESSAGE: The Sea and Cake play Webster Hall on Thursday, Japan's Melt Banana play the Knitting Factory on Sunday, Gus Van Sant's Mala Noche screening at the IFC Center through June 12th, sushi restaurant Soto is open (357 Sixth Ave between W 4th St and Washington Pl, 212-414-3088), Housing Works Used Book Cafe (126 Crosby St between Houston and Prince Sts, 212-334-3324) is hosting the 8th Annual Lit Mag Fair this Sunday, and the New Museum's Get Lost map is available here