For those staying in New York over the break, our friends at InsideNewYork were kind enough to throw together this guide of events going on this weekend.
Finally, Midterm madness has come to an end—or at least a pause—for the two days off we at Columbia so dearly treasure as Fall Break. Step out of the Morningside Heights bubble and onto the 1 for some NYC exploration and debauchery! As always, check out InsideNewYork for more!
‘de Pneuma de Pneuma’ Grace Exhibition Space (http://www.grace-exhibition-space.com/performance.php?event_id=183)
Grace Exhibition Space, opened in 2006, is a gallery devoted to performance art. This Thursday, Martin Bakero, from Paris, who seeks “the rhythm within the verb, the puff, the sound, the view, the movement” will perform for the first time in New York City with Edwin Torres, a self-described lingualisualist. They will be accompanied by Tamara Yadeo, a sound and video artist and musician. Come for a night of “soul and spirit” and free wine and beer.
8:30-11 pm 840 Broadway, 2nd floor, Brooklyn NY 11206, Subway: J.Z to Flushing Avenue. $5 suggested donation.
D.J. Rekha’s monthly dance party is the place to go for South Asian rap and lots of crazy dancing. Be sure to show up in time for the free frozen mojitos from 7-8PM and the free bhangra dance lesson at 9PM, then spend the rest of the night showing off your new moves.
S.O.B.’s. 204 Varick St (at W Houston St). (212) 243-4940. Thurs, Nov 3; 7PM. 1 to Houston St. Admission: $16; Before 8PM: $5; With Flyer: $13; Advance Tickets: $10.
A listing of events for the rest of the weekend below the jump