READINGS: An afternoon event for those of you who don't need to be sweltering in a thankless office - Erica Jong has a conversation with writer Ariel Levy and reads from her new autobiography, Seducing the Demon: Writing for my Life in the sunny Bryant Park Reading Room as part of the Word for Word Series. In the book, Jong tells spicy tales of New York and Hollywood, and describes life after best-selling novel Fear of Flying. The rain venue is across the street from the park at Coliseum Books. - Krissa Corbett Cavouras

12:30 PM // Bryant Park Reading Room [W. 42nd St. between 5th and 6th Aves.] // Free

MOVIE: We're sorry to admit we've only seen the Harrison Ford remake of Sabrina. Tonight, head over to see the old classic starring Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and William Holden. Two brothers fighting over the chauffeur's daughter, oh the drama. Despite the old movie, there will be no old time ticket prices - so get ready to shell out ten bucks.

1, 3:15, 5:30, 7:45 & 10pm // Film Forum [209 W. Houston St] // $10

COMEDY:UCB will move uptown tonight for a free show in Central Park. All of our favorites will be joining hosts Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel. Todd Barry, Aziz Ansari, Slovin & Allen are among them.

6:30 door, 7:30 show // Central Park Summertage [enter park at 5th and 69th] // Free

MUSIC:Bravo Silva [disclaimer: "we" manage them!] holds the last night of their Pianos residency at a venue where they feel much more at home, The Syrup Room. Head over there tonight to catch them, The Subjects, Less and Raising the Fawn (Movable Hype alumni and John Crossingham from Broken Social Scene's band).

8pm // The Syrup Room [100 Ingraham St. Morgan stop on the L] // $5