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Lynda Carter sings: We didn't know Wonder Woman could sing! Lynda Carter will perform tracks from her new jazz CD, "Crazy Little Things," at Barnes & Noble tonight. Still, don't expect her to sign your Wonder Woman poster. Buy the CD to snag priority seating for the performance. (Today, 6 p.m., FREE, Barnes & Noble Tribeca, 97 Warren St., 212-587-5389, bn.com)

Luca Spaghetti and Elizabeth Gilbert: Luca Spaghetti, "Eat, Pray, Love" author Elizabeth Gilbert's Roman tour guide/friend, tells his side of the story. (Today, 7 p.m., FREE, Barnes & Noble Union Square, 33 E. 17th St., 212-253-0810, bn.com)

137th Kentucky Derby: All right, y'all, it's time to break out your fanciest hat, sip a mint julep or two - or three, we don't judge - and place your bets as you watch the 137th Kentucky Derby. Celebrations at the Bell House start at 1 p.m.; the big race starts at 6 p.m.
(Saturday, 1 p.m., FREE, the Bell House, 149 Seventh St., Gowanus, 718-643-6510, thebellhouseny.com/calendar.php)

32nd Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival: It may not exactly be a trip to Hawaii, but it's FREE. Get your fill of samples of tasty Asian cuisine along with performances by Tahitian and Hawaiian dancers and info on the culture, history and accomplishments of Asian-Americans at the 32nd Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival. (Sunday, noon-6 p.m., FREE, Union Square Park, E. 17th St. btwn Broadway and Park Ave., 646-820-2272, capaonline.org)

Betty White: From Golden Girl to "SNL" host to being "Hot in Cleveland," Betty White has kept us laughing the whole way. She dispenses life lessons in "If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won't)," which she'll be signing on Friday. (Friday, 12:30 p.m., FREE, Barnes & Noble Fifth Avenue, 555 Fifth Ave., 212-697-3048, bn.com)

The Georgia Review Reading: The Georgia Review's motto is "Bringing the finest writers to the best readers." Some of its finest are headed to Union Hall, which hosts a reading of works by Louis Phillips, Kyoko Uchida and Stephen Corey. (Sunday, 4 p.m., FREE, Union Hall, 702 Union St., Park Slope, 718-638-4400, unionhallny.com/calendar.php)

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