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Hooded Neck Warmer
What: DailyCandy editors are smitten with the limited-edition wool hood/snood/scarf ($68) from the creative mind behind Multiple Choice project.
Why: Layer, reverse, or shift to the side; the multitasking accessory works every angle.
When: Your winter wardrobe needs a Grace Kelly-style pick-me-up.
Where: Online at multiplechoiceonline.com.
Flick Football Tournament
What: Put those seventh grade tabletop skills to use during artist Mark Mulroney’s pint-size, pre-Super Bowl gathering.
Why: Take a break from playing to admire relics of paper seasons past. (We’re impressed by the Billy Graham-inspired “Flick Thee Satan Back to Hell” record.)
When: Fri., 6-9 p.m.
Where: Partners & Spade, 40 Great Jones St., b/t Bowery & Lafayette St. (646-861-2827). Admission is free. To sign up, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silent Cinema Classics
What: Douglas Fairbanks (The Black Pirate) and comedian Harold Lloyd (Speedy) battle a murderous band of pirates and greedy railway magnates in their respective ’20s flicks.
Why: Three-man ensemble Alloy Orchestra provides the accompanying score, using musical saws, junk percussion, and other unexpected objects.
When: Thurs. & Fri., 7 p.m.
Where: The Winter Garden at World Financial Center, 200 Vesey St. (212-945-0505). Admission is free. Seating is first come, first served.
Shrimp Masala Roll
What: Top Chef All-Star contestant and former Xie Xie sandwich innovator Angelo Sosa adds his own Indian flatbread creation to The Kati Roll Company menu.
Why: Coconut milk- and chaat masala-marinated shrimp topped with sweet-and-sour red onions and bird’s-eye chiles.
When: Debuts today.
Where: 49 W. 39th St., b/t Fifth & Sixth Aves. (212-730-4280); 99 MacDougal St., b/t Bleecker & W. 3rd Sts. (212-420-6517).
Super Bowl Snacks
What: Beer cocktails, finger foods, and other winning Game Day recipes for your big party.
Why: Score points with poblano bacon green chili, Reuben balls with Thousand Island dressing, mulled wine, and more.
When: Sunday, silly.
Where: Online at dailycandy.com.
Kopila Valley Children’s Home and School
What: Take a jar of change or a few spare dollars to provide a brighter future for more than 230 Nepalese children.
Why: DJ sets, dancing, and pies from The Blue Stove.
When: Thurs., 7 p.m.-2 a.m.
Where: Daddy’s, 435-7 Graham Ave., b/t Richardson & Frost Sts., Williamsburg (718-609-6388).
Photo: Janelle Jones