For those that will be spending their weekend buried in textual evidence, this week’s guide is nothing more than a waste of space. But, for those who have lost all hope, check out your outlet options. And as always, visit insidenewyork.com for more.
Postscrypt Artsfest 2010
Support your local undergrad artists by attending this year’s art-expo. Help campus life come alive by spending the remainder of your Halal money on student art pieces and throwing paint in the “catharsis tent.”
WHEN: Sat, May 1st @ 3—10pm
WHERE: Van Am Quad + College Walk, Columbia University
N64 meets your NYC nightlife
Faile, two Brooklyn-based artists, have used their postmodern expertise to convert an abandoned store-front into a throw back video arcade. Expose the brilliance of their work by stopping by and zoning out in a few games to become part of their exhibit.
WHEN: Fri, April 30 @ 7:30pm, open until May 27th
WHERE: 158 Allen St (between Stanton & Rivington)
Last laugh before finals @ Webster Hall
This Saturday, check your budget and your dignity at the door at the Ford Fiesta Concert. Caitlin-Marie Miner, Monica Lo, Mike Del Rio, Sophie Dupin, and Charlie Tippie are performing at Webster Hall for FREE with an OPEN BAR and HAPPY HOUR specials. Expect greatness on Sunday morning. 21+
WHEN: Sat, May 1 @ 5pm
WHERE: The Studio at Webster Hall, 125 E 11th St
PRICE: FREE, but must RSVP here
Ditch Havana once and for all – Red Hook Ball Fields are OPEN!
Welcome the South-American food trucks at Red Hook Ball Fields for their summer premiere. These cheap pupusas, huaraches, arepas, and aguas frescas (Gringos, see wiki) will do you in.
WHEN: Every Saturday and Sunday Through October from 8am till sundown
WHERE: Clinton St & Bay St Brooklyn, NY 11231
@cmon bwog post the pbk lists!
@Anonymous shitty promoted events, not high quality