New York Photo Festival
What: Indoor and outdoor slideshows, parties, and symposia, plus more than 3,000 documentary photos curated by former New Yorker visuals editor Elisabeth Biondi and Colors editor Enrico Bossan.
Why: Tonight’s large-scale, four-channel projection show of images from the Middle East and North African revolutions under the Archway of the Manhattan Bridge.
When: Thru Sun. Tonight, 8 p.m.
Where: Various Dumbo locations. Tickets ($15, single day; $35, four-day pass) online at newyorkphotofestival.com.
Rebecca Minkoff Sample Sale
What: Get your hands on deeply discounted satchels, totes, and more at the Morning After innovator’s biannual sale.
Why: The studded Rocker (was $330, now $182), Beloved Mini cross-body (was $395, now $217), and laptop case (was $195, now $107).
When: Thurs.-Sat., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 155 Fifth Ave., b/t 21st & 22nd Sts.
Suno Sample Sale
What: Up to 70 percent off ready-to-wear pieces from seasons past.
Why: Kenyan kanga-inspired dresses (were $600-$828, now $300-$400), plus colorful tops and shorts ($117-$127).
When: Thurs. & Fri., noon-8 p.m.
Where: 242 W. 38th St., b/t Seventh & Eighth Aves., 3rd flr.
Sangria Sundays Kick-Off
What: Mix and match bases (spice, citrus) and booze (sparkling wine, pear brandy) to craft the ideal spring pitcher ($38).
Why: We suggest trying every combination until you get it right. Just watch out for the tequila-infused Amos.
When: Every Sun., 3 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Anfora, 34 Eighth Ave., b/t Jane & W. 12th Sts. (212-518-2722).
Beautiful Future Pop-Up Shop
What: Get first dibs on Afia, a new collection of bright, traditional West African-patterned shorts, crop tops, skirts, dresses, and fanny packs ($20-$280) made by a women’s co-op in Ghana.
Why: Proud Mary Textiles’s handwoven fabrics, pillows, and bags from Guatemala and Julianna Vezzetti’s reworked vintage baubles are also in-store.
When: Today-Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Guilded, 208 Bowery, at Rivington St., 2nd flr. Info at 843-922-1023.
Celebrate Brooklyn Bridge Dance Party
What: Sax master (and Prince collaborator) Maceo Parker and DJ Spinna crank old-school funk and futuristic electro jams.
Why: You’ve been cooped up far too long.
When: Tonight, 7 p.m.
Where: Pier 1, Brooklyn Bridge Park. Participation is free.
Photo: Andrea Gjestvang / Courtesy of New York Photo Festival