Bwog’s Guide to the Weekend

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* Cheeky Bastard Presents: The Teenagers and 66Sick at Hiro – Russian accent-faking London band on their first trip to New York, open bar, merrymaking, etc.

Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel, 363 W. 16th St, 10:30 pm.

Free with RSVP: http://newyork.going.com/teenagerssluttt.


Composer Portrait: George Crumb performed by So Percussion – A tribute to the modernist who famously dropped marbles into pianos.

Miller Theatre. 212-854-7799, 8 pm.

$7 for students.


* Winter Trek through the Woodlands of Fort Tilden – Take a two-hour tour through a decomissioned army base-slash-forest in Rockaway, Queens.

Call the Visitor Contact Station at 718-318-4300 for a 10 a.m. appointment.

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

* Jasper Johns: Drawings 1997-2007 – See these and feel prepared for the Met’s Jasper Johns exhibition, opening on Tuesday.

Matthew Marks Gallery, 522 W. 22nd St.

Runs through April 12, reception on Friday from 6-8 pm.

“Trojan Women” – Euripides’s war tragedy is superimposed on modern-day West Africa.

Harlem Stage, 150 Convent Ave. at 135th St.

Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 pm, Sunday show at 3 pm.

$40. 212-281-9240.

Envisioning Russia: A Century of Filmmaking – See “Tractor Drivers,” “a girl-boy-tractor romance” at 3:30 pm on Sunday. Other marvels, including Tarkovsky’s classic “The Mirror,” are on the festival calendar.

Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center, 70 Lincoln Center. Opened Wednesday, running through February 14.

$7 for students.



  1. Colin  

    Or check out the new TIC in Lerner for all sorts of great discounts. And movie vouchers. MOVIE VOUCHERS! I'm working there right now.

  2. Thank you!  

    I loved this during the summer, and now it's back! yaaaay (although it is very unlikely that i will ever leave campus)

  3. meh  

    The Kitchen Cabinet is playing at ADP tomorrow night at 9. fyi.

  4. NY Philharmonic  

    is performing Berio at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Sat 2PM, It is FREE for students w/ ID

  5. ...  

    i spent $34,000 on a year at columbia university and all i got was this lousy favorite on my anonymous internet comments.

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