Thursday, September 13, 6:30 PM
Slice Magazine’s Literary Jeopardy
Speyer Hall, 184 Eldridge Street, Manhattan

You probably haven’t played a game of Jeopardy with a group of people who could win the Alex Trebek version. Join a team led by publishing superstars Scott Hoffman, AJ Jacobs, and Meg Leder, and suck down snacks and beer from sponsor Sixpoint Craft Ales. A complimentary issue of Slice’s 11th edition is included in the package. Purchase tickets in advance.

Friday, September 14, 6:30 PM
Wired New York's Williamsburg Art Gallery Crawl
Williamsburg, Brooklyn (location TBD)

Join one of the most popular Meetup groups in the city to prowl art galleries during the Williamsburg Gallery Association’s fall launch. Participating institutions include Art101, Causey Contemporary, Figureworks, Front Room, Gitana Rosa, Parker’s Box, Pierogi, P339, Skink Ink Editions, and more. Leave room for copious amounts of wine and cheese to follow. More info.

Saturday, September 15, 12:30 PM
8th Annual Vendy Awards
Governors Island

So, you think you’re important? The 10,000 plus street vendors in and around New York City certainly are, and this annual event celebrates the best of the best from food trucks to pushcarts. Purchase your ticket in advance and get ready to taste some of the greatest street food in the world. Ticket purchases are tax deductible and benefit the Street Vendor Project.

Sunday, September 16, 12 PM
DayLife teaser for Imagining the Lowline: A First Glimpse at a Future Underground
Essex Street Market Warehouse D, on the NE corner of Broome and Essex, Manhattan

The Lower East Side BID in partnership with The Lowline, presents a rousing street fair as part of the DayLife series. Local businesses including Pushcart and Ni Japanese Deli will be on hand for the accompanying opening exhibit of Imagining the Lowline, which aims to be the world’s first underground park lit by state-of-the-art sunlight harvesting techniques.