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With Monday's high temperature in the upper 80s and no storm in sight, a free movie under the open sky in the middle of Manhattan sounds pretty nice.
The summer outdoor film series at Bryant Park continues with a screening of "Lover Come Back," a 1961 romantic comedy starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson. According to "Currents of Comedy on the American Screen," the movie "pushed the boundaries of how sex was depicted on screen."
Not in the mood for steamy 1960s movies? Check out more events in the city, the weather and more below.
Some of the oldest restaurants in the country are here in New York City. Any day is the right time to try them out. More »
Head to Bryant Park for a classic movie on Monday night: "Lover Come Back," a 1961 romantic comedy starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson. More »
Drive East, a seven day festival of South Asian dance and music, continues on Monday. More »
Not much to complain about tomorrow's forecast: with temperatures in the 80s, and only a cloud here and there, it ought to be a nice Monday. More »
This popular series at Brooklyn Bridge Park returns on Monday with readings from the Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop. More »
Oh, you land lovers! Expand your view of the city and enjoy these unique on-the-water cruises. More »