Stuff your face and 12 other fantastic ways to spend the weekend

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Eat like a champion, Saturday

1. Shop for vintage duds and drink free booze at Odd Twin (Friday)

2. Rock and roll with Galapagos Now, just make sure to put the glasses on (Friday)

3. Brooklyn LaunchPad is having themselves a spring fling fundraiser party (Friday)

4. Brooklyn Fireproof hosts a Bushwick-centric First Friday, centered around spring, second-best season after summer (Friday)

5. Branded Saloon hosts an evening long discussion about The Big Lebowski. Makes sense. We could spend more time talking about that than The Bible (Saturday)

6. Get your best stupid look on your face and head to Videology, where they’ll be showing Zoolander (Saturday)

7. Get all sweaty and sexy when the Cameo Gallery hosts another edition of indie dance party Mondo (Saturday)

8. Finally, somewhere to buy artisan food and vintage clothing in Brooklyn: Smorgasburg comes out of hibernation and hits the Williamsburg waterfront, as does the Flea.  (Saturday and Sunday)

9. Need a guitar or guitar accessory? Fortunately for you, Brooklyn Bowl is gonna be full of them (Sunday)

10. The Center for Investigative Research hosts an afternoon of low-strength Prohibition-style beers and a lecture on the parallels between ending alcohol prohibition in the 30s and pot prohibition in the nows at The Diamond (Sunday)

11. New York Youth Poet Laureate Ishmael Islam combines his slam poetry with the Brooklyn Philharmonic, and we all win, because that sounds awesome (Sunday)

12. Jay Toole pops in to Public Assembly to talk about what it was like to be gay in New York City in the 1960s. SPOILER ALERT: It was a lot different than now (Sunday)

13. In addition to just being overall good life advice, Run from the Police is also a new free comedy show (Sunday)

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