Apr

30

Guide to the Weekend: Two Weeks Left

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 -Via Time Out New York

It’s our last pre-finals weekend of the school year. Make it count!

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

The Generational: Younger than Jesus


Friday 12-9; Saturday & Sunday 12-6 at the New Museum, 235 Bowery

At the New Museum, 50 artists, all under the age of 33 are being showcased. There are 145 pieces of various mediums, all on the cutting edge.

Price: $12, $8 for students



Friday


Road Recovery Benefit

Friday 8pm at Nokia Theatre Times Square

Come see musicians Perry Farrell, Iggy Pop, Tom Morello, Jerry Cantrell, Wayne Kramer, Don Was, Billy Bragg and more. They’re bringing their ‘A’ game to support Road Recovery, a non-profit organization that works to help young people flourish and find their way to a healthy future.

Price: $25-$500

675 Bar Goes Casual

Friday 6pm-2am, 675 Hudson Street at W. 13th (212-699-2410)

This normally high-end Meatpacking District bar temporarily transforms itself into a more democratic place, with foosball, billiards, and other hallmarks of the laid-back bar experience. 

Price: Reduced, varies by drink

Saturday

Brooklyn Flea returns to Fort Greene

Saturyday 10 am to 5pm at Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School on Lafayette Ave. between Clemont and Vanderbilt Ave in Brooklyn

Come to check out vintage furniture, clothing, and antiques alongside locally produced new jewelry, arts crafts, and delicious food to boot!

Price: Free!

Led Zeppelin Wine Pairing

Saturday 8pm, City Winery 155 Varick Street

Led Zeppelin’s deep and complex music lends itself quite naturally to wine pairings (believe it or not). The people at City Winery show you how it works. Ticket price includes entrance, six wine pairs, light Italian food, and music.

Price: $55-75

Sunday

Hot Dog Hootenanny

Sunday 3-6pm, Astor Center 399 Lafayette Street (212-674-7501)

Vendors from around New York come to show you their best work. All styles and interpretations of this classic NY dish will be on hand, and there will be plenty of beer to wash it down with.

Price: $25

Dane Cook

May 3rd 8pm at Nassau Coliseum, 1255 Hempstead Turnpike (516-794-9300)

See Dane Cook performing at the intimate Nassau Coliseum. It’s an opportunity to hop on the LIRR and see scenic Long Island.

Price: $35-100

 

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5 Comments

  1. umm

    this is definitely not the first exhibit for the New Museum. Bwog, you make me feel embarrassed. How did you miss when it opened...um...around 2 years ago?!

  2. umm  

    the generational sucks. don't go people. lame lame lame exhibit, social masturbation by aging hipsters who have not gotten over nintendo and bush yet.

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