The Scene: Out and About in Manhattan

Summering in the city doesn’t have to mean spending hours in air-conditioned captivity.

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Performing in New York for the first time since 1996, the Paris Opera Ballet will call Lincoln Center home from Wednesday through July 22. Another hot ticket will be the Spike Lee-directed “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth,” which opens a limited run on Broadway on July 31. Starting July 25, Shakespeare in the Park fans need only to stand in line outside the Delacorte Theater, or at rotating designated spots in the city, to claim a free pair of tickets to see Amy Adams in “Into the Woods.” Another al fresco happening is set for Saturday at the New York Botanical Garden, where the poetry of Baudelaire will be read amid the Monet’s Garden exhibition. The event is the start of a six-part series hosted by the Poetry Society of America. Less cerebral will be the ale-inspired talk and tasting at the New York Historical Society that celebrates “Beer Here: Brewing New York’s History,” which runs through Sept. 2.

Revelers at Cheryl, a popular electro and disco dance party with Brooklynites, will want to see “Cheryl: On the Waterfront,” July 15. The group’s first outdoor party will be held at Pier 16 as part of the River to River Festival.

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