at Liberty Hall (644 Massachusetts, Lawrence, 785-749-1912) offers a few things — biscuits and gravy, bloody marys — that actually top sleeping in on a Sunday, including today's screening of Woody Allen's Annie Hall
. "To see this picture in this great, old theater, as opposed to on a television, is the difference between the paintings in the museum and the postcards in the gift shop," Liberty Hall manager Maggie Allen explains. Doors open at 11 a.m., and Allen — Maggie, not Woody — gives a brief sermon before the film starts at 11:30. "Sort of like Robert Osborne on Turner Classic Movies, only slightly more acerbic," she says. Costs run $6–$16, depending on age and whether you want food or booze. See libertyhall.net
for more information.