• Spend “A Day with Oliver Stone” watching Nixon and Alexander then listening to the filmmaker speak after the screenings in Astoria on Sunday, March 13. [MuseumoftheMovingImage]
  • Get in a Spring state of mind at Making Brooklyn Bloom, a free event featuring 15 workshops and activities—from a seasonal guided walking tour to a Farming in Brooklyn lecture and a class on starting a community compost project—from 10am-4pm on Saturday. [BBG]
  • Laugh ’til your cheeks hurt at a Conan O’Brien-curated stand-up showcase at Union Hall on Saturday night. [UnionHall]
  • Hampton Restaurant Week starts this Sunday with 57 restaurants offering three-course prix fixes for $19.95 and $24.95 and runs through next Sunday, March 20. [HamptonRestaurantWeek]
  • Spy on seals with the Orchard Beach Nature Center in Pelham Bay Park for free this Sunday. [NYCParks]
  • The St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off the festivities on Main Street in Bay Shore, Long Island this Saturday; take the LIRR and stop by local food spot The Cortland for free breakfast or brunch and U2 music playing on the jukebox. [ExploreLI]
  • Novelist Téa Obreht reads from The Tiger’s Wife at Greenlight Bookstore tonight at 7:30pm. [Greenlight]
  • Treat yourself to a really good Good Commons Feast at the Brooklyn Kitchen on Monday. [GoodCommons]

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