Dansez-vous au Les Sans Culottes! (#8) (pic by Ace Darter)
1. Support emerging artists and get something lovely to hang on your wall at Free the Art, where anyone can wander in and choose a piece of art—for free!—to call their very own. (Monday, Living Gallery, FREE)
2. Get a variety of entertainments at The Simple Show, with comedy from Karolena Greenidge and Gary Richardson, a talk on the physical manifestation of the internet by James Folta, and fun from cohosts Kady Ruth Ashcraft and Jenny Nelson. (Monday, Bushwick Public House, FREE)
3. Go back in time with the final installment of House of Yes’s immersive David Bowie film retrospective series, this time screening Basquiat, in which Bowie plays Andy Warhol, followed by an ’80s/New Wave dance party. (Tuesday, House of Yes, $10) (more…)
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Finally, a race for those of us who’d rather do homework than play dodgeball. This Friday marks the first Moby Dick Marathon, a three-day reading of the Herman Melville classic taking place in three bookstores, two boroughs, and including over 100 readers. (more…)
5pm-3am (thru Saturday):Puppets Jazz Bar (South Park Slope) is facing the possibility they may have to close their doors. help to keep them open at this two-day fundraiser. no cover, pay what you can. (more…)