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A statue of the Virgin Mary at last

A statue of the Virgin Mary at last year's Feast of San Gennaro. (Getty) Credit: A statue of the Virgin Mary at last year's Feast of San Gennaro. (Getty)

Feast of San Gennaro
Cannolis and pasta and pizza, oh my! Head down to the heart of Little Italy Thursday for the 11-day Feast of San Gennaro, celebrating the patron saint of Naples. Check out some professional eaters stuffing their faces full of cannolis this afternoon from 2 to 3 p.m. and get your fill of Italian-American culture. There will be live music performances daily, plenty of food vendors and a grand procession this Saturday. (Thursday through-Sept. 23, daily, FREE, Mulberry St. btwn Canal and Houston Sts., Grand and Hester Sts. btwn Mott and Baxter Sts.,


8 Artists Making Sculpture: The 5th Annual Registry Exhibition
It seems like everything in the art world is going 3-D these days, but the original three-dimensional art form remains sculpture. BRIC Arts Media has chosen eight artists - including Carolyn Salas, Abraham McNally and Jong Oh - from its Contemporary Artist Registry who work to transform and activate the physical space around them. The exhibition runs through Oct. 27. (Opens Thursday, Tues.-Sat., noon-6 p.m., FREE, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, 33 Clinton St., Brooklyn,


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