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Guide to the Weekend: Sorta Summa Time

Go on, get back in the game. The city streets are calling your pasty cheeks with the reemergence of $3 sunglass stands and 90s denim jackets. Here is INY with your best bets as to how to get it done.

International Pillow Fight Day – JOIN US THERE!

All over the world, grown adults will go ape shit for International Pillow Fight Day. Join your behind the scene friends from Bwog and INY to take part in the festivities.  But, make sure to save some mojo for the after party at Bell House in Park Slope and leave the pillow on the battlefield.

WHEN: Saturday, April 3 @ 3-6pm (after party @ 9pm)

WHERE: Union Square


The Diana hits Webster Hall

Funkmaster Flex and Hot 97 are calling all the single ladies to Webster hall for a night to celebrate the best kind of female liberation– free admission to a club.  19+.

WHEN: Thursday, April 1 @ 10pm

WHERE: Webster Hall, 125 E. 11th St

PRICE: Girls are FREE all night. Gents are $25


If free admission at Webster Hall wasn’t unfettering enough, check out the “Naked Fiction reading” reoccurring reading series.  This week, women from all around NYC can recollect on those awkward, smelly pubescent moments reading Are You There God?  It’s Me, Margaret, as naked women celebrate “tween lit” while bearing their bodies. For more information, call 866-811-4111. 21+

WHEN: Friday, April 2 @ 8pm

WHERE: Madame X, 94 W Houston St (between La Guardia Pl and Thompson St)

PRICE: $20

Neon Indian DJ Set with Twin Shadow AND BOWLING!

Take the trek down to Brooklyn Bowl, one of NYC bougiest bowling spaces, for Neon Indian beats and grub by Blue Ribbon.  Always a risk, but this sounds like there’ll be a back up plan either way.  21+

WHEN: Saturday, April 3 @ 11:55pm

WHERE: Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave Brooklyn, NY

PRICE: Free with RSVP

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