discounts, Sunday events

Supermarkets like Waldbaums and Food Basic are closing and big discounts. For 4 more days the Waldbaums at Ocean Avenue near the Belt Parkway has discounts of about half off. Only about a quarter of the store is still left.

The college computers went down Friday preventing the Saturday listings. We will try to move up the deadline. All events are in Bklyn unless noted and most free.
Sunday: Acro-Cats with a purrfect show of jumping through hoops, riding skateboards, and sometimes completely ignoring their trainers, Saturday, 7-9 pm, 1-3 pm, The Muse, 340 Moffat St. between Irving and Knickerbocker Avenue, $25 ($40 front row), Astolat Castle Dollhouse claims to be the most valuable doll house ever and the finest miniature in the world will be on display. 30,000 miniatures including beds, pianos, and even champaign buckets, Daily, 10 am –9 pm until Tuesday, Dec. 8. The Shops at Columbus Circle (2nd floor), 10 Columbus Circle at West 59th Street, Manhattan. Stop ‘N’ Swap Bensonhurst, bring clean, reusable, portable items you no longer need and take home something new-to-you. No need to bring something in order to take something. No furniture or large items, Shore Parkway Jewish Center, 8885 26th Ave. between Cropsey and Harway Avenues, 11 am–2 pm. Nitehawk Shorts Festival 2015: Music Driven, look at the early days and current state of the music video, 11am, $11, Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Ave. between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street, The Raft is a multi-channel video and sound installation performed on top of a moveable platform measuring 10 square feet. Surrounded by various detritus, they play records from their personal collection spanning the legacy of popular music. Thursdays – Sundays, Noon–6 pm until Sunday, Dec. 13, The Boiler, 191 N. 14th St. between Nassau and Wythe Avenues. Disney On Ice to Disney’s best music, 1 pm and 5 pm, tickets begin at $21, Barclays Center. Commodore Barry Club Annual Social and Dance, Irish and international tunes Irish soda bread will be served, 4 pm, $30, St. Patrick’s Auditorium, Fourth Avenue at 97th Street. 12 Angy Men — True Stories of being a Black Man in America Today is theatrical work about racial profiling, part of Project Protest: The Art of Revolution, Kumble Theater at Long Island University, 8 pm, daily, till Friday, Nov. 20, $25 ($15 students),
Force Majeure Vaudeville, a monthly show showcases top performers from the worlds of circus, burlesque, street dance, and variety arts as it continues to redefine vaudeville for a modern audience, 9 pm, $10, The Cobra Club, 6 Wyckoff Ave. between Jefferson and Troutman Streets. “That Picasso Sculpture”, 10:30 am daily till November 25, $25, .Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), 11 W. 53rd St., Manhattan,
Big Apple Circus: The Grand Tour, 12:30pm, 4:30pm, $25- $75, @ Lincoln Center Damrosch Park Bandshell, 62nd St. between Columbus and Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan.
239th Commemoration of the Battle of Fort Washington, 12–3 pm. The Brigade of the American Revolution will perform and lead drills, blacksmith demonstration, listen to live 18th-century music, make arts and crafts and play games from the revolutionary period. Prizes will be offered for the most authentic costumes, Cafe Lawn in Fort Tryon Park, Manhattan.


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