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Pride Week, Sunglasses Sales, and More on What's Going Down This Week

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LOWER EAST SIDE—Beer, sex tips, and Pride Week collide at Babeland's Pride Queer Garden tomorrow. Swing by 94 Rivington Street starting at 7pm for beer, a sex workshop, and—if you're one of the first ten guests—a toy-filled goodie bag. RSVP here before heading over

CHELSEA—Steven Alan Optical has created a new pair of shades with Women's Health, and they're celebrating tonight at 140 Tenth Avenue between 6pm to 8pm. Proceeds from purchases will go towards Eye Care America, which provides free eye care for underserved seniors.

WILLIAMSBURG—Speaking of sunglasses, Classic Specs (located inside Brooklyn Denim Company at 85 N 3rd St) is giving shoppers $25 off a offering new pair of polarized and UV-protective shades if you bring in a broken pair or break your current pair in front of the staff—yes, seriously. Running tomorrow through Sunday, the discount brings the price down to just $64.

NOHO—Starting tomorrow, menswear boutique Atrium will bump the discounts on spring items up to 75% off—that includes buzzy brands like Aspesi, Helmut Lang, John Elliott + Co, Maharishi, Nudie, Public School, and more. Shop it at 644 Broadway or online.

MANHATTAN—As of today, all of Ina's store locations (that's Chelsea, Nolita, Soho, Noho, and Union Square) will be holding a sale on select designer merchandise, with discounts reaching up to 70% off. Expect to score deals like Balenciaga shirtdresses for $136, Celine dresses for $197, Chanel blouses for under $200, and Rick Owens jackets for $125.