1. Take in some great music. Brownstone Jazz Accoustic Sound Living Room Concerts will recognize Women's History Month this Friday from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. with tributes to some of the most legendary female Jazz musicians. There will be an open mic session after the scheduled performances as well. 107 Macon St. $20.
2. Run for a cause. Hosted by New York University's Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, the third Annual NYU DPT 5k Walk/Run for Physical Therapy Research will be held in Prospect Park on Saturday at 9 a.m. Whether an experienced athlete, first timer, teenager or senior citizen, get ready to lace up your running/walking shoes for physical therapy research! Funds will benefit the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, with a small portion contributing to the graduation ceremony for the class of 2013.
3. Listen and laugh. Come out to Freddy's Bar for Will Newman Trio. The band is made up of corporate lawyers who play very funny music (and not lawyer funny, actual funny). The group plays romantic music that is humorously serious. Song titles include, "I Like You Because You're Dumb" and "You're the Second Best I've Ever Had." If you like Flight of the Flight of Conchords, Simon and Garfunkel or Hall & Oates, you may enjoy this acoustic rock comedy set. The show starts at 11 p.m. at 627 5th Ave.
4. Do Good. Those looking for free, family-friendly fun can bring their kids, friends and family to Times Square Studios (home of Good Morning America) on Saturday from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. to be a part of Good Deeds Day – a day-long celebration that will inspire the whole family to discover the joy of doing a good deed. Times Square Studios, located at West 44th Street and Broadway, Free.
5. Move the car. Alternate side parking rules are in effect today.