Save the last dance for Dolly, and 17 other ways to have a glittery weekend

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Does she ever cross your mind? (#2)

1. Get corporeal at UnionDocs with Kiss Me, Gentlemen, an evening of films about bodies: the destitute body, the incarcerated body, the body as a self-replicating system, and more. (Friday, $9)

2. Be a heartbreaker at Dollypalooza, an epic tribute evening of tap dancing, drag, burlesque, live music, performance art, and glitter. (Friday, $12)

3. Make like you’re in the islands at Brooklyn Museum’s Brass Fest, featuring Caribbean musicians Bunji Garlin, Fay Ann Lyons and the Vikings, Ravi B and Karma, and lots more. (Friday, $25)

4. Get titillated at The Emancipation of Kitty Nights, an old-fashioned vaudeville show with live music, burlesque, comedy and storytelling. (Friday, $15)

5. Spend your last few cents at Broke City’s 4-Year Anniversary, with Soul 2 Seoul, DJ Wey, and more. (Friday, FREE before midnight)

6. Support micro and indie publishers at Silent Barn’s Paper Jam Small Press Fest, with 25 exhibiting presses, readings, performances, and more. (Saturday, FREE)

7. Say thanks to Secret Project Robot for providing 10 years of underground art at the Super Friends BBQ, which includes music from Terminal Intrusion, Robot Death, Greem Jellyfish, and more. (Saturday, FREE)

8. If you couldn’t make it to the Playa, join the Prospect Burn potluck picnic during the day, or JunXion’s Misfit Burn in Bushwick tonight. (Saturday, FREE / $10)

9. Flaunt your facial hair prowess at Coney Island’s 8th Annual Beard & Mustache Competition. (Saturday, $20)

10. Giggle through Aviv’s bimonthly comedy showcase Oh, Such a Good Show, Oh!, featuring Jermaine Fowler, Jena Friedman, Cole Escola, PWR BTTM, and more. (Saturday, $8)

11. Get animated at Cartoon Monsoon with Joe & Mary, a variety show with costumed characters, sketches, animations, and more. (Saturday, $8)

12. Leave your skepticism at the door: Entranced, an interactive comedy hypnosis show, will make you a believer. (Saturday, $12)

13. Dance yourself back in time at the Paradise Garage Reunion, with DJs Joey Llanos, David DePino, and more. (Saturday, $25)

14. Don’t cross streams on your way to Videology’s late-night screening of Ghostbusters—which includes a Stay Puft marshmallow roast. (Saturday, $10)

15. Stuff your face and then dance it all off at Rub-a-Grub, with multiple rounds of small plates by Do or Dine chefs, each paired with a DJ set. (Sunday, $15)

16. Head to Brooklyn Wayfarers for the opening of Eulogy for the Dyke Bar; the gallery has been transformed to include a full bar, pool table, and even hand-painted ’70s-era wood paneling. (Sunday, FREE)

17. Curse the coming fall at Don’t Dream It’s Over, an end-of-summer indie dance party. (Sunday, FREE)

18. It’s your last chance to wear white for months and months, so do it up at Blanc Sur Blanc, an all-white midnight boat ride. (Sunday, $40)

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