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Guide to the Weekend 2: This Time, It’s Halloween

Just in time for the procrastinators amongst us, here’s the Halloween-focused half of our Guide to the Weekend. Friday Last minute shopping: Costumes: Abracadabra Superstore 19 West 21st St, hours: 11am – 9 pm Spirit Halloween Superstore 2320 Broadway at 84th st, hours 11am – 9pm Candy in bulk: Economy Candy 108 Rivington St Friday […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Pumpkins Were So Five Minutes Ago

Not feeling festive? Here are some neat things to do should you want to avoid drunk students in animal print. For Halloween events stay tuned for tomorrow’s Guide Part Two. Friday Morphoses/Christopher Wheeldon Dance Company – one of the most celebrated choreographers in contemporary ballet, Wheeldon’s company perform four works from their repertoire. Program varies […]

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Guide to the Weekend: The Run-Up to Candy

As always a plethora of exciting events to entice you to leave Morningside Heights, but equally important is the costume hunt for the upcoming, All Hallows Eve-encompassing, long weekend… stay tuned to Bwog for important Halloween updates Ongoing Paley DocFest Documentary Festival tickets go on sale Friday for events throughout the rest of October. Student […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Animals in Costumes

Midterms are looming.  Or, you could enjoy your weekend. Wild Things: First viewing at 12.01 am on Friday (Thursday night!) at Loews 84th St  Exhibition of Maurice Sendak‘s work at the Morgan Library 225 Madison Avenue   Through November 1 Spike Jonze film retrospective at MoMA   Through Sunday Weekend events: Friday – Sunday The […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Staying Warm

The weather’s getting a little colder, but music and knits will keep you warm. Perhaps some hot apple cider from the Union Square Green Market (Friday and Saturday 8 – 6) would also do nicely. Friday Celebrate Thelonius Monk’s 92nd birthday featuring star pianists Randy Weston, Armen Donelian, Geri Allen, and many others. 5 – […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Live Freely

All events listed are free.  Enjoy your weekend. Friday Obsessed with Mariah Carey? See her live at the last performance of the TODAY concert series. Arrive by 6 a.m. for best viewing. 49th St and Rockefeller Plaza Prelude 09 – performance art series hosted by CUNY, through Saturday. All shows are first come first serve. […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Strange Groupings

Guide to the Weekend returns, in the one post where you’ll ever find both burlesque and food trucks together. Friday – Sunday New York Film Festival Alice Tully Hall 1941 Broadway $7 for students “In the past, the festival has showcased the likes of Jean-Luc Godard, Pedro Almodóvar and Martin Scorsese. Adventurous cineastes will especially […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Simply Sunny

Get off campus while you still can.  It’s our Guide to the Weekend. Thursday-Sunday The Whitney Museum has a “comprehensive” collection of Georgia O’Keefe artwork on display all weekend, including a portrait series of the artist who didn’t paint unmentionables.  Thursday-Sunday @ Whitney Museum. Delicatessan has sprouted a sister restaurant.  Macbar won’t service your Apple […]

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Guide to the Weekend: The Triumphant Return

“Wait, a minute,” some 2013s might be thinking, “it’s only Thursday. Doesn’t the weekend start on Friday?” Not at Columbia…unless you have a lab…or a language class…or an internship…or…well, forget that, here’s the year’s first Guide to the Weekend. Thursday-Sunday Light of the Sufis: the Mystical Arts of Islam : Gathered from the collections of […]

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Guide To The Weekend: Last Hurrahs Edition

Just because activities have calmed down here on campus in observance of approaching finals, it doesn’t mean that New York City isn’t still popping! Friday, Saturday, and Sunday The Con Film Festival Film Forum, 209 W Houston St (212.727.8110) This series of cinematic odes to the bad guy will feature classic takes on criminals and […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Two Weeks Left

 -Via Time Out New York It’s our last pre-finals weekend of the school year. Make it count! Friday, Saturday, Sunday The Generational: Younger than Jesus Friday 12-9; Saturday & Sunday 12-6 at the New Museum, 235 Bowery At the New Museum, 50 artists, all under the age of 33 are being showcased. There are 145 […]

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Guide to the Weekend: 80-Degree Edition

 -Via Tribeca Film Festival The City temperature will finally breach the 80s this weekend. It’s a perfect opportunity to get out! Friday Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Friday 6pm seating (8:15pm showing), World Financial Center Plaza North Cove (212-945-0505) In honor of the film’s fortieth anniversary, the Tribeca film festival is sponsoring a free […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Countdown Edition

 -Via EW.com We’re so close to summer that it’s about time we re-enter the city to prepare for all the free time we’re about to have (Don’t question our logic, just enjoy yourself). FRIDAY New Music Bake Sale Friday 7pm-midnight, First Presbyterian Church 124 Henry St. at Clark St.                                                      A fundraiser for New Music that […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Spring is Here

  Finally spring seems like it’s here to stay—go outside and enjoy! FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY Rods & Cables 8pm, 3LD Arts and Technology Center: 80 Greenwich St. An original arts creation, Rods & Cables explores the fears people carry with them about losing trust in the people that are most important to them. Price: […]

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Guide to the Weekend: Spring Weather, Summer on the Horizon Edition

Crawl from the pub to show yourself beneath finally sunny skies. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Gen Art Film Festival Premiers begin 7:30pm and after-parties 10pm, The Visual Arts Theatre 333 West 23rd Street btw 8th and 9th Avenues (212-255-7300) Springtime in New York inevitably means film festivals. This one kicks off the season with some […]

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