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NYC Food Film Festival
What: Watch what you eat and eat what you watch at the interactive movie marathon showcasing gastronomic delights from around the globe.
Why: Be transported to South America’s largest food fest (Mistura) while sampling bites by founder Gastón Acurio and attend The Food Porn Party, catered by Saxon + Parole’s Brad Farmerie.
When: Book now. Fest, Oct. 13-16.
Where: Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick St., at Laight St. (212-941-2001). Tickets ($45-$375) online exclusively through DailyCandy Deals at dailycandy.com.
Erica Weiner Jewelry Sample Sale
What: Up to 50 percent off one-of-a-kind and discontinued baubles.
Why: Sequin earrings, 1970s chains, vintage penknife necklaces, and watch fobs.
When: Fri., 3-9 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., noon-8 p.m.
Where: 173 Elizabeth St., b/t Spring & Kenmare Sts. (212-334-6383).
Oak NYC Candles
What: Small-batch, soy-blend candles ($68) from the fragrance-makers at Brooklyn’s Joya Studio and perfumer Rayda Vega smell like years and intersections from NYC’s past.
Why: Christopher + West ’76 (disco, leather, smoke, and subtle florals) and St. Marks + First ’85 (metal, incense, concrete, and vintage clothing stores).
When: Big box stores + Boredom ’11 becomes too overwhelming.
Where: Oak, 28 Bond St., b/t Lafayette St. & Bowery (212-677-1293); online at oaknyc.com.
One Stop Pop-Up Shop
What: Head to the B’burg loft for discounted menswear and women’s wear, scarves, bags, jewelry, and ceramics.
Why: Current and past-season wares from Dusen Dusen, Thomas IV, Cairo, Sovereign Beck, Fischer, and more.
When: Sat., 2-8 p.m.
Where: 111 N. 3rd St., b/t Berry St. & Wythe Ave., ste. 3c, Williamsburg (917-582-3509).
Kelso of Brooklyn Beer Dinner
What: Husband and wife brewmasters Kelly Taylor and Sonya Giacobbe lead suds-intrigued sippers through seven beers, six apps, and a two-course sit-down dinner (plus dessert).
Why: Brandy-barrel-aged IPA pulled pork sliders with pickled veggies, cilantro, Sriracha, and lime; and Flemish Red Ale moon pies.
When: Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Where: 5 Napkin Burger, 35-01 36th St., at 35th Ave., Astoria (718-433-2727). All-inclusive tickets ($60) online at 5napkinburger.eventbrite.com.
Fiber Reactive Dyes with Shabd
What: Learn to perfect immersion, painting, and tie-dye techniques using both cellulose and protein fibers during the three-class workshop.
Why: In addition to designing her own line of cosmically cool leggings and bodysuits, your instructor taught Martha to dye.
When: Classes, Oct. 16, 23 & 30, 2-6 p.m.
Where: Textile Arts Center, 505 Carroll St., b/t Third & Fourth Aves., Park Slope (718-369-0222). Register online at ssreg.com. Cost is $300.
Photo: Ryan Jensen / Courtesy of NYC Food Film Festival