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Email Scan Better Late Than Never Edition: A Toothbrush

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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: Ultreo Ultrasound toothbrush
MESSAGE: A new, "less aggressive" electric toothbrush.

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FROM: Juli B
SUBJECT: Huckleberry Bar (588 Grand St at Lorimer St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn; 718-218-8555)
MESSAGE: A bar opening mid-month in Williamsburg from a few Danny Meyer vets.

FROM: RareDaily
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: Massively-delayed restaurant Lola (15 Watts St between West Broadway and Thompson St, 212-675-6700) opens Wednesday, Heather Graham's new film Broken (which you can see a YouTube clip of here) premieres October 2nd, photographer Mark Seliger's exhibition Visions of Rock is on view starting Sunday September 9th at 401 Projects (401 West St at Charles St, 212-633-6202), Gusto (60 Greenwich Ave nr Seventh Ave, 212-924-8000) is currently offering a trio of melon granitas, and the Soho Grand (310 West Broadway nr Canal St, 212-965-3000) is serving Sagatiba Berry Skinny Caipirinha's for Fashion Week.

FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: Weekend guide
MESSAGE: A performance from Putumayo at Joe's Pub (425 Lafayette St, 212-539-8540) on Saturday at noon, author David Ezra Stein's book reading at the Union Square Barnes & Noble (33 E 17th St, 212-253-0810) on Saturday at 2:30pm, shadow puppetry lessons at the Museum of Biblical Art (1865 Broadway, 212-408-1500) on Sunday from 2 to 4pm, a concert from the Downtown Chamber Orchestra on Sunday at 2:30pm in Tompkins Square Park, and musical performances in Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Park near Battery Place on Sunday from 1 to 6pm.