Tips for Today: Norah Jones in New York + Barry McGee in L.A. + St. Vincent in Chicago + David Shrigley in London

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Guess what? We've expanded our Tips For Today listings to include Chicago, L.A. and London! Woooo. Check them out below.

New York

Norah Jones plays an intimate gig at The Bell House tonight, following the release of her lovely, though slightly darker-than-usual Danger Mouse-produced, new album Little Broken Hearts. [via The Bell House]

Brian Balderston, Chad Stayrook and José Ruiz of Williamsburg gallery Present Company used an algorithm that picked out their combined mutual Facebook friends in order to select the artists in the aptly titled show, "Mutual Friends." [via Artcat]

The fine folks at Rooftop Films kick off their summer series on the Open Road Rooftop with "This Is What We Mean By Short Films," featuring shorties by Henry Joost, Mark Read and Jyoty Mistry. The band Crinkle will get the show going. [via Time Out] New York

Daily Show co-creator and one of our favorite Twitter-ers Lizz Winstead reads from her new book of essays Lizz Free or Die at BookCourt. [via Brooklyn Based]

Los Angeles

A new series of drawings, paintings and sculptures by Barry McGee, who rose to prominence in the street art world, opens tonight at Prism Gallery.

Michael Mann hosts a screening of his classic 1992 film Last of the Mohicans at the Egyptian Theater. Stick around afterwards for a conversation between Mann and L.A. Times critic Geoff Boucher. [via Flavorpill]

Country rocker Shooter Jennings plays from his new album Family Man tonight at the El Rey. [via L.A. Weekly]

Chicago

St. Vincent, recent PAPER cover gal, plays the haunting, epic tunes off the recently-ish released Strange Mercy at the Vic. [via Flavorpill]

Boobs and Goombas: A Super Mario Burlesque is exactly what it sounds like: A video game-themed burlesque show. Duh. [via Chicago Reader]

Joe Bryl hosts a listening party for Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti's recently unearthed live recording, Live in Detroit 1986, at Maria's Packaged Goods and Community Bar. [via Time Out]

London

Mark E. Smith's legendary post-punk band with an always-changing lineup, The Fall, take to the Coronet Theatre tonight. [via Visit London]

"Brain Activity," the first major survey of British artist David Shrigley, closes on Sunday, so catch it tonight at The Hayward while you can! [via Time Out]

It's all about the '90s at Jazz Cafe's weekly party Supa Dupa Fly, so expect a little Montell Jordan, a little Destiny's Child, et. al. [via Time Out]

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