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Guide to the Weekend: Before Your Family Kidnaps You

Make the most of your time in the city before heading home for some family time and too much stuffing.

Friday
28 Hours of Innovative Art – marathon of performers, featuring musicians and dancers, hosted by Arts for Art
Clemente Solo Velez Cultural Center, 107 Suffolk St, between Rivington and Delancy
6 pm – midnight on Saturday
Students, $20

New York Horror Film Festival (through Sunday)
Various locations
$16 for a program of at least 4 films

Columbia Ballet Collaborative – new works performed by five professional ballet dancers enrolled at Columbia
Strong Studio, Barnard Hall Annex, 117th St and Broadway
9 pm
$5 with CUID

Saturday
Goddard Riverside Community Center Book Fair – annual book sale
593 Columbia Avenue at 86th St
10 – 6

Secret Project Robot – Knyfe Hyts are followed by a program of Chinese bands, most of them touring the US for the first time
corner of River St and Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn
8:30 doors
$8

Sunday
Tim Burton – the much anticipated retrospective at MoMA opens today, including drawings, sculpture and film. Check the schedule for screening times, free with admission
Museum of Modern Art, W 53rd St between 5th and 6th Avenue
10:30 – 5:30
FREE with CUID

Cultural Seasons Poetry Club – reading and talk by a special guest (these guys have good taste, don’t worry)
Nyurican Poets Cafe
East 3rd St between Avenues B and C
2:00
$20 for students

Devendra Banhart – performing all manners of quirky folk, Banhart is also renowned for his spectacular collection of pants… Little Joy also supporting
The Town Hall
123 West 43rd St
8:00
$25-29

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3 Comments

  • Elisia says:

    @Elisia The columbia ballet thing is at 8pm NOT 9pm!

  • it's says:

    @it's columbus avenue, not columbia.

  • it's says:

    @it's streng studio, not strong, bwog.

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