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

FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: iRecord
MESSAGE: A device that helps you upload video content to your iPhone or iPod.

Our daily read includes: Best Bets Daily, City, DailyCandy, Flavorpill, Head Butler, his&hers dailies, Juli B, LuxuryCulture, Lx.Tv, MUG, RareDaily, Refinery29, Splendora, Stylebakery, Stylephile, Thrillist, Urban Baby, UrbanDaddy, UrbanJunkies, VSL, WingmanDaily

FROM: Thrillist
SUBJECT: Hollywood Stunts (1920 Amethyst St between Rhinelander and Sagamore, Bronx; 212-752-5105)
MESSAGE: A studio that offers stuntman classes.
DISCARDED: "Some things stir a man's soul so completely they need no explanation: sharks, Canadian bacon, and stuntmen"

FROM: DailyCandy
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Cabaret Tribunale performs at the Judson Memorial Church (55 Washington Sq South at Thompson St) through October 4th, tapas bar El Quinto Pino (401 W 24th St at Ninth Ave, 212-206-6900) is now open, restaurant Shorty’s .32 (199 Prince St between Sullivan and Macdougal Sts, 212-375-8275) is also now open, Bliss is taking up to 80% off products through Sunday (check website for locations and hours of operation), and the Open-Air Book Fair is taking place this Saturday from 10am to 6pm in front of Housing Works Bookstore (126 Crosby St between Houston and Prince Sts, 212-334-3324).

FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Hoboken Arts and Music Fest takes place on Sunday from 11am to 6pm on Washington Street in Hoboken, Gregoire Ganter installation is on view this Saturday from 1 to 4pm at Pomme (81 Washington St at York St, Dumbo, Brooklyn; 718-855-0623), Johan Olander presents a "lecture for children" at 3:30pm on Friday at the Ring Dome Pavilion (Petrosino Park, 97 Kenmare St), music group Princess Katie's Surprise Birthday Bash performs on Saturday at 11am at the Helen Mills Theater (139 W 26th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves), and the Care Bears on Fire is throwing an album release party on Friday at 8pm at Southpaw (125 Fifth Ave, Brooklyn; 718-230-0236)

FROM: Juli B
SUBJECT: A list of restaurants opening in October
MESSAGE: The Mermaid Inn (568 Amsterdam Ave at 88th St) opens uptown in mid October, Steve Hanson's restaurant Wildwood Bar BQ (225 Park Ave South at 18th St, 212-533-2500) opens in the former Barca 18 space in mid October, European eatery Bobo (181 W 10th St at Seventh Ave South, 212-488-2626) has just opened, Spanish tapas spot El Quinto Pino (401 W 24th St at Ninth Ave, 212-206-6900) has also just opened, Bocca di Bacco (828 Ninth Ave between 54th and 55th Sts, 212-265-8828) is opening in early October, and Back Forty (190 Ave B at 12th St, 212-388-1990) should open in late October.

FROM: RareDaily
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Lucy of Gramercy (35 E 18th St, 212-475-5829), a revamped Lucy Latin Kitchen, is now open; the Joy of Sake tasting event is taking place tonight at The Puck Building (295 Lafayette St between East Houston and Prince Sts), Zoe Townhouse (135 E 62nd St between Lexington and Park Aves, 212-752-6000) and Perilla (9 Jones St between Bleecker and West 4th Sts, 212-929-6868) are now serving brunch, and Tour de France's First Annual Sausage Festival is taking place during the month of October, with special meat dishes offered at restaurants like Café D’Alsace, French Roast Café, L’Express, Le Monde, Maison, Marseille, Nice Matin, and Pigalle.