It’s an open book.EXPLOREBrooklyn DiaryWhat: See the borough through the eyes, homes, and stomachs of 21 artists/denizens in the newest publication (pictured, $32) from Lines & Shapes.Why: Eat with Bird owner Jen Mankins, go shopping with designer Caitlin Mociun, and tour Sarah Ryhanen’s flower studio. When: You need a new place to go.Where: Online at linesandshapesconnectus.com.LISTENShilpa Ray and Her Happy HookersWhat: The former Beat the Devil front woman unleashes gritty wails and addictive harmonium melodies.Why: We think she’s a CMJ standout. Check out our other can’t-miss picks. When: Fri., 4:15 p.m. Showcase, 1-6 p.m.Where: Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave., at Havemeyer St., Williamsburg. Admission is free.SAVEBuilt by Wendy SaleWhat: ’Tis the season for up to 70 percent off cozy threads (corduroy coats, oversize blouses, plaid button-downs) for gents and ladies from past fall/winter collections.Why: Bundle up with the charcoal cropped sweater vest (was $232, now $70) or wool tweed belted trench (was $394, now $118).When: Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.Where: 46 N. 6th St., b/t Wythe & Kent Aves., Williamsburg (718-384-2882).APPRECIATETopologiesWhat: Watch commercial, news, and talk show stills leap from one TV to the next, thanks to French artist/curator Antoine Catala’s “moving image transponder” sculptures. Why: Frozen 3-D projections like you’ve never seen before, personally recommended by designer Shabd Simon-Alexander.When: Thru Nov. 4. Thurs.-Sun., noon-6 p.m.Where: Audio Visual Arts, 34 E. 1st St., b/t First & Second Aves. (917-604-8856). Admission is free.DINETravertineWhat: Celebrate this late-night Mediterranean restaurant’s one-year anniversary with drinks and apps (prosciutto-wrapped figs, Prince Edward mussels) at the bar. Try slipping into XIX, the semisecret basement club with red leather banquettes and etched marble walls. Why: A specialty cocktail and appetizer is $15 when you mention DailyCandy thru Nov. 4. When: Daily, 6 p.m.-midnight.Where: 19 Kenmare St., b/t Elizabeth St. & Bowery (212-966-1810).SAMPLESausage and Beer FestWhat: Restaurant-hop (Nice Matin, L’Express) for limited-time menus brimming with bratwurst, boudin blanc, Moroccan merguez, and other regional varieties paired with rare, large-format brews ($6/glass). Why: Nothing washes down Marseille’s sausage tart with crispy sweetbreads and sherry vinegar sauce ($12) like a frosty glass of Trois Monts Golden Ale.When: Thru Oct. 30.Where: Participating locations online at tourdefrancenyc.com.Photo: Courtesy of Lena Corwin Up to 70% off Alice & TrixieAlice & Trixie’s designs are colorful, spirited, and fresh, with flattering tops and well-cut shifts in exotic and vintage-inspired prints. Take up to 70% off these wardrobe updates today on Swirl.