Friday, January 23

Tired of reading about the dirty things that greedy old men with potbellies did with other people’s money, the Morgan

Tired of reading about the dirty things that greedy old men with potbellies did with other people’s money, the Morgan Library debuts an exhibition of New Yorker cartoons depicting the dirty things that greedy old men with potbellies did with other people’s money, featuring cartoons about boom and bust over the ages (frightening that cash is already something to be memorialized in a museum exhibit, no?). Later, Dar Williams, the meaningful crooner who provided the soundtrack to our fat, tortured youth, brings her college-a-capella-ready diddies to Webster Hall (expect to overhear packs of Park Slope gals discussing organic diaper cream and how their husbands still selfishly expect blow jobs “to completion!”). [“On the Money” at the Morgan Library & Museum, 225 Madison Avenue, 212-685-0008; Dar Williams at Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street, 6 p.m., www.ticketmaster.com]

mbryan@observer.com

Friday, January 23