Partly in order to commemorate the city's controversial reconfiguration of Times Square into a 58,000-square-foot pedestrian plaza, the 1949 Gene Kelly/Frank Sinatra 1949 Technicolor romp On the Town (pictured; more) will be screened outside for free on Monday at 12 p.m., on Broadway at 47th Street. It's also the last day of Fleet Week, and because of this—but perhaps secretly because one needs a really compelling incentive to hang out in Times Square on Memorial Day at noon on the last day of Fleet Week, traffic or not—the folks from Virgil’s Real Barbecue, who are celebrating their fifteen anniversary this year, will hand out free samples of their Memphis-style ribs directly in front of in front of Times Square Information Center (7th Ave btw. 46th and 47th). All of this will go down between noon and 2 p.m., or until the ribs run out. Also on Monday, starting at 11 a.m., Hebrew National Beef Franks will be handing out 45,000 free hot dogs (and another 30,000 coupons) on the corner on 45th and Broadway. They'll also have mustard.