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THE VILLAGE—Attention men: Searching for a cropped-in-back, long-in-front, chest-ruffled shirt that doesn't ride up when you sit down? Oak's Harmon top might just be the solution to your problems. [Division Street]

SOHO—If anyone else put on an art show consisting of a too-small skateboard, a too-heavy bellyboard, and an unsteerable sled, we would be skeptical. But store/gallery Kiosk displays consistently amazing taste in their quest to demonstrate how everyday objects can be high-design commodities, and so we're very curious about artist Matt McGregor-Mento exhibit of non-functional flying machines. Drop by the space at 95 Spring Street tonight from 6pm to 9pm for an opening party with beer, cider, and cheese, or visit any day between now and Saturday from 1pm to 7pm. [Racked Inbox]

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