Weekly Entertainment Calendar - November 3 - November 10
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Celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, at Flushing Town Hall.
Celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, at Flushing Town Hall.

“Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present” pop-up shop - Thurs, Nov. 3 - 11 am - 6 pm - The shop, built to mimic a boxing ring, will offer products from Opening Ceremony’s new CLUB USA capsule collection. The collection draws inspiration from 1980s and 1990s sportswear, featuring block logos, composition book prints, and summer colors.|Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy., Prospect Heights

Fragrance of the Moon Night III - Sun, Nov. 13; 6:30 pm - Fragrance of the Moon Night dance party fundraiser for FTH returns with Dr. Hsing-Lih Chou and guest artists! Come celebrate the season of gratitude and appreciation among old friends and new. Party package includes: live band with vocalists, catered dinner, and a surprise performance. Tickets: $125 (Space is limited, only 100 tickets available.) Please contact Dr. Chou at (718) 961-3100. |Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Flushing

Landmark - Ongoing; All Day - Marking Socrates Sculpture Park’s 30th anniversary this year, the institution presents LANDMARK, a series of artist commissions and projects that transforms the land both physically and symbolically. LANDMARK features eight different artist projects including a newly commissioned major earthwork by Meg Webster. Additional artists in the exhibition include Abigail DeVille, Brendan Fernandes, Cary Leibowitz, Jessica Segall, Casey Tang, the curatorial collective ARTPORT_making waves, and a Broadway Billboard by Hank Willis Thomas. | Socrates Sculpture Park, 32-01 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City

Highlights from the Collection: Design Into Art - Ongoing; All day - Long before it was widely accepted to do so, Noguchi ignored the traditional distinction between “art” and “design.” This exhibition focuses on the permeable membrane between these categories in Noguchi’s work, with lightweight and flat-packable furniture, stage sets, sculpture, and Akari Light Sculptures.| Noguchi Museum, 9-01 33rd Road (at Vernon Boulevard), Long Island City

Bearing Witness - Ongoing ; All day - Drawings by William Gropper. Growing up in poverty on the Lower East Side, Gropper learned early about social injustice. He dropped out of school to work in the sweatshops but found respite in drawing and studied with Robert Henri and George Bellows. Gropper’s aunt was a victim of 1911’s Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, which further radicalized his thinking. Along with his study of artists who came before him, it was the graphic works of Goya and Daumier that helped solidify his direction as an artist. | Queens Museum, Flushing Meadows Corona Park


Tschaikowsky (And Other Russians) - Sat, Nov. 5 - 7:30 pm - Cabaret star Mark Nadler performs an exuberant romp through the work of Russian composers. | Union Temple of Brooklyn, 17 Eastern Pkwy., Prospect Heights


Shouting at the Screen - Thurs, Nov. 10; 9 pm - Wyatt Cenac and Donwill host a night of blaxploitation film, with a drinking game and funny commentary from the balcony. | Alamo Drafthouse, 445 Albee Square West, Downtown


Hansel and Gretel - Sat, Nov. 5; 12:30 pm & 2:30 pm - This version based on the Brothers Grimm fairytale is adapted into a gentler version and tells the story of two beloved children lost in the wood after a bird eats their breadcrumb trail, and their adventure with Rosina Sweet-tooth, a silly witch who wants to turn them into Gingerbread, only to end up as a cookie herself. Folk songs from Humperdinck’s opera accompany the production. Suitable for children 3 years and older. Reservations suggested. | PuppetWorks, 338 Sixth Ave., Park Slope

Diwali Festival - Sat, Nov. 12;1 pm - Flushing Town Hall will celebrate the Festival of Lights with its second-annual Diwali Festival, featuring internationally renowned dancers and musicians from historic India and the Indian diaspora, with workshops, traditional foods, and family-friendly activities. Master musicians and dancers from India, Bangladesh, Guyana, and Suriname join forces to celebrate Diwali with regional music and dance from each country. | Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Flushing
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