Jan

21

Guide to the Weekend: Welcome Back

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Finding yourself overwhelmed by the possibilities of what to do your first weekend back in New York City? Bwog lends a helping hand.

Friday

Bauhaus at MoMA: The museum’s first survey of this school of avant-garde art since 1938 includes industrial design, furniture, architecture, graphics, photography, textiles, ceramics, theater design, painting, and sculpture. The show closes Sunday, so is likely to be packed this weekend. Luckily you have Fridays off.

10:30am-8pm Friday and Saturday, and to 5:30 on Sunday, MoMA, W53rd St between 5th and 6th Ave

FREE with CUID

House (Hausu): This 1977 film has never before been released in the US. A hallucinatory combination that’s part bed-time story, part horror movie, could only come from Japan.

5:35 pm, 10:15pm, 12:10 am, IFC Center, 323 6th Ave and W3rd St

$12.50

Saturday

Tournament of Champions: one of the highlights of the international squash circuit, played inside Grand Central Terminal

from 12pm and 6pm, Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central  Terminal

There’s standing room to watch for FREE, and seating prices for afternoon¬† and evening sessions are available here.

IMAN Community Cafe: featuring special guests Mos Def and Aasif Mandavi

8:30pm, The Apollo Theater 253 W125th St

$20

Sunday

Go bowling, go local: 24 alleys of sheer, pin-knocking bliss

11am-11pm, Harlem Lanes, 2116 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd

$6 per person per game, $5 shoe rentals

Foofwa d’Imobilite/Neopost Ahrrrt: Dance New Amsterdam presents Musings, a performance based on the ideas of John Cage and Merce Cunningham.

3pm, Dance New Amsterdam, 280 Broadway at Chambers St

$10 RUSH, $14 student tickets

4 Comments

  1. just saw house  

    it was trippy. yep.

  2. Anonymous  

    Also, the Jets are in the AFC Championship game on Sunday. Just sayin'.

  3. Anonymous  

    Hausu has been released in the US before, BAM screened it this past Halloween:

    http://www.bam.org/view.aspx?pid=1577

    its music is good, the movie is a little boring.

  4. Anonymous  

    Hausu was amazing.

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