Last Minute Guide to the Weekend

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At long last, the Guide to the Weekend has arrived.  Bwog apologizes for the delay…  Better late than never, no? 


New York City Anarchist Book Fair

An exposition of books, magazines, pamphlets, art, film/video, and other cultural and political productions of the anarchist scene worldwide.

Judson Memorial Church

55 Washington Square South


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Showtimes: 1 pm, 8:30 pm

Film Forum 212 727 8110

209 W. Houston 

The Graduate

Showtimes: 9:15 pm

BAM Rose Cinemas 718 636 4100 545

30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn 

West Side Story

Showtimes: 4:30 pm

Film Forum 212 727 8110

209 W. Houston

The Young & the Restless in China 

A documentary following the lives of nine Chinese youths as they come of age in rapidly changing nation.

Showtimes: 2:45 pm, 6:40 pm

Cinema Village (212) 924-3363

22 E. 12th St. between 5th Ave and University Pl.


Rogue Wave and Grand Ole Party

Don’t miss your weekly opportunity to hear a sort-of indie California band play at a sort-of alternative downtown venue… It’ll be worthy the $17!

The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza 212 777 1224

17 Irving Pl. at E. 15th St.

7:30 pm


 The Accidental Death of an Anarchist

Simultaneously comic, tragic and grotesque, Dario Fo’s play uses physical comedy and an absurd situation taken straight from the news to weave a potent satire.

Sat. 8 pm. Sun. 3 pm

The Kraine Theater

85 E 4th St, between Second Ave and Bowery



George Packer’s first play, based on his interviews in Iraq and other countries, tells the story of three young Iraqis who are motivated to work for American troops until their new-found allegiance is tested.

Sat. 8pm, Sat. and Sun. 3 pm

The Culture Project- SoHo Theater 212-352-3101

55 Mercer Street


B.B. King’s Blues Club & Grill Gospel Brunch

11:30am, 2:30pm

For less than $40, you get a rousing set by the Harlem Gospel Choir and all-you-can-eat brunch. Praise be to god, or something.


237 W 42nd St


Mikhail Baryshnikov Photographs

Through May 4th

Photos of Merce Cunningham Dance Company

401 Projects Gallery 401 West Street 212 633 6202

Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat

Through May 17th

Paintings and Graffiti from the mid ’80s

Van De Weghe Gallery 521 W 23rd St 212 929 6632


1 Comment

  1. Hmmmm

    Is that A-Rod on the left?

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