1. The first New York retrospective for the artist Red Grooms opens tonight, September 21, 6 to 8 p.m., at Marlborough Gallery (40 West 57th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues). The show includes 45 works created from 1976 to 2011 and is up until October 22. Check out the cool NYC bus. [MarlboroughGallery]
2. Sheryl Crow is writing the music for a Broadway show based on the 1982 movie Diner. [LATimes]
3. Yikes! A pair of Christian Louboutin men's sneakers will set you back $2,495. [ChristianLouboutin.com]
4. Posters for the upcoming Lou Reed X Metallica collab album, Lulu, have been banned from London's subways because they "look too much like graffiti." The album is out on October 31. [NME]
5. Mystery group to play mystery location. Highly-tipped dance duo Tiger & Woods (whoever they are) will be playing a big warehouse party (location TBA) in Brooklyn on Saturday, September 24. Tickets ($20) are still available here. We picked up a copy of their album, Through the Green, in Amsterdam over the summer and haven't stopped dancin' yet. Their minimal grooves are just familiar enough to fill a dance floor and are extremely DJ-friendly.
6. The Canadian Air & Space Museum in Toronto closed to make room for a hockey rink. [CBC News]
7. After a disastrous shut-down by the city, Coco66 is apparently re-applying for a liqour license. Meanwhile, beloved Greenpoint dive bar bar/venue Van Gogh's Radio might also be returning. [NYShitty]