Weekend Bwog Picks: Midterms edition
Written by Bwog Staff
You may have tests and essays as far as the eye can see…but then again, it’s supposed to be unbelievably gorgeous this weekend. Decamp yourself from Butler and discover joy again.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Various times and locations through Oct. 28th
Go be thuggin’, French-style. More thick gold chains and Euro-style hip-hop than berets, though.
Various times through October 30th, Riverside Park South (Pier 1 at 70th street and Riverside Dr.)
Take a 45-minute guided tour of the New York’s totally carbon-neutral floating farm!
7:30pm, New Museum
235 Bowery (212.219.1222)
If you think that Oregon Trail is a piece of art, check out a discussion that will explore what that exactly means in today’s gaming and artistic worlds.
6pm, Princeton (and Columbia!) Club
15 West 43rd St (212.596.1200)
Dr. Thomas Gilovich delivers a talk on judgment and decision making, illuminating why otherwise rational people can make such silly choices. Business casual attire only.
Price: Free, RSVP online
7pm-10pm, Deity Lounge
368 Atlantic Ave
A party! An art opening! A party and an art opening for graffiti art! The price is starving artist friendly—free!
6pm, Webster Hall 125 E 11th St (212.353.1600)
Remember that high school angst? Feeling a little wound-up lately? Just let it out; any band with an exclamation point in their name is probably a good outlet.
Price: $22.50 in advance, $27 at the door
7pm, Solar One
2420 FDR Drive
Check out New York City’s finest cyclist-cinematographers at this film festival all about the wide world of biking.
– Sara Jane Panfil