Today at Williamsburg’s Leonard Library Club we’re screening Woody Allen’s “Radio Days,” which is like a Norman Rockwell portrait directed by a Kosher Fellini and starring the deliciously cranky likes of Larry David, Jeff Daniels, Dianne Wiest, Diane Keaton, Mia Farrow and a pint-sized Seth Green. I regard this film as one of Woody’s best mid-career efforts. Don’t agree? Come discuss. Don’t like Woody? Come discuss that, too. I am leading the post-screening conversation, and hope it’ll be lively. It’s free, it’s going to rain this afternoon so you won’t be missing out on a gorgeous day, and it’s perfectly timed for the post-brunch crowd. (2:30 pm.) So do come! And get regular with Relax!