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Guide to the (Last) Weekend

You’ve been camping in Butler and watching YouTube videos for three days studying hard! You deserve a break!

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Gerhard Richter – considered one of the saviors of contemporary painting, this German artist’s paintings are on show until January 8th.

10am – 6pm, Marian Goodman Gallery, 24 W57th St

FREE

Blip Festival – celebrating chip music and its related disciplines, events include live performances, documentary screenings and workshops

The Bell House, 149 7th St

$15 for single night pass

Saturday

TamarRaq’s Winter Solstice Hafla – BAMcafé Live presents music and dancing from the Middle East and North Africa

9pm, BAM, 30 Lafayette Ave and Ashland Pl

FREE

This is Spinal Tap singalong – pretty self-explanatory.

11 pm, 92Y Tribecca, 200 Hudson St

$13, includes one drink

Sunday

Holiday Train Show – Remember toy trains? Travel from Grand Central to the North pole, featuring the MTA Long Island Rail Road M7 Commuter Train Set commemorating the railroad’s 175th anniversary.

10 am – 6 pm, New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex, Grand Central Terminal

FREE

Cartoons in Conflict – exhibition examining the Isreali-Palestinian conflict through graphic media, by editorial cartoonists and fine artists.

12pm – 7pm, No Longer Empty, 131 W 24th St

FREE

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  • dear bwog says:

    @dear bwog leave it to ny to have the best weekend ever while we all have to take finals, great…

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