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4 Things To Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

 Lincoln Center Festival and abstract photography are on offer this week.
Get Out And Do This - Events Monday, July 7
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Monday, July 7
The Paley Center For Media will be hosting David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash for an interview and film screening tonight. “Crosby, Stills & Nash: Forty-Five Years Gone & Still Carrying On” celebrates the life and music of one of America’s first supergroups. Today, the group releases “CSNY 1974” — an audio box set containing 40 previously unreleased songs and a bonus DVD of restored concert footage from a 1974 tour. Crosby, Stills and Nash will be on hand to reminisce and The Paley Center will screen the restored concert footage. 7 p.m., 25 West 52 St., Midtown. $15 (Tickets are only available in the screening room.) Catch the live stream from 7:05 p.m. here.

Tuesday, July 8
Those interested in local manufacturing should seek out the 90-minute presentation “MADE IN NYC: The Reinvention of Local Manufacturing.” Planner and urban historian Inna Guzenfeld describes how a new class of local entrepreneurial artists, artisans and small producers contend with the perennial challenges of gentrification, rezoning and development. From 8:30-10 p.m. at Brooklyn Brainery, 190 Underhill Ave., Prospect Heights. $10, booking required.

Wednesday, July 9
As part of the Lincoln Center Festival, watch master choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker revisit some of her innovative work from the 1980s. Included is “Fase,” which features groundbreaking compositions from master contemporary composer Steve Reich. 8 p.m., Gerald W. Lynch Theater, 524 W. 59th St., Lincoln Center. $35/$75.

Thursday, July 10
Photojournalist and DNAinfo staffer Benjamin Fractenberg’s photographs of eroding subway posters that resemble abstract paintings were collected while traversing the New York City subway. The exhibition, "Layered City" is opening tonight with the reception from 7-9 p.m., Mark Miller Gallery, 92 Orchard St., Lower East Side. Free.