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January 11

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Tapeheads: A Night of Comedy, Music and a Weezer Cover Band

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The very funny Kondabolu brothers—Ashok and Hari—combine stand-up, stories and a love for the early days of everyone's favorite angsty pop-punk band in this evening of entertainment. Guests include Wyatt Cenac, Jean Grae, Alice Wetterlund and

  1. Union Hall 702 Union St, between Fifth and Sixth Aves
  2. Fri Apr 18
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Gay Night at Full Bunny Contact

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Gays are invited to take over the wacky Easter-themed immersive fun fest Full Bunny Contact. Queer-twisted amusements include hunky bunnies, a Westboro Baptist dunk tank (among other wild games) and prizes from naughty clothier Nasty Pig. A dance

  1. Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center 107 Suffolk St, between Delancey and Rivington Sts
  2. Fri Apr 18
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Go Nightclubbing Archive

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If your ideal Friday night involves visiting a dingy downtown club, then—short of taking a time machine to the late ’70s—this video archive might be as close as you can get. Tonight the Museum of Arts & Design kicks off a series of ten films

  1. Museum of Arts & Design 2 Columbus Circle, at Broadway, 10019
  2. Fri Apr 18
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“Ai Weiwei: According to What?”

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This first New York retrospective of the famed Chinese artist and dissident lands in the Borough of Kings, bringing with it the American debut of S.A.C.R.E.D., a monumental installation that wowed at the Venice Biennale in 2013. Based on Ai

  1. Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Pkwy, at Washington Ave
  2. Fri Apr 18 - Sun Aug 10
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Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders

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Part variety show and part concert, Cabinet of Wonders features ironic folkster Wesley Stace (formerly John Wesley Harding) and his handpicked posse of literary nerds, musicians, comedians and ventriloquists. Tonight's lineup includes Nicole Atkins,

  1. City Winery 155 Varick St, at Vandam St
  2. Fri Apr 18
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Bargemusic

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Would you believe that you've got two opportunities to hear Frederic Rzewski's Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues on the barge this week? On Apr 18, Gilles Vonsattel plays it alongside works by Beethoven, Liszt, Janacek and Messiaen, among others; on Apr

  1. Bargemusic Fulton Ferry Landing, at Furman and Old Fulton Sts
  2. Fri Apr 18 - Wed Apr 23
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Laurent Garnier

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Laurent Garnier, an amazing DJ who tends to lay down winding sets that take in a huge chunk of the underground-dance-music spectrum, hits Output for an extended set.

  1. Output 74 Wythe Ave, at North 12th St, 11211
  2. Fri Apr 18
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World Famous *BOB*’s Birthday Parade

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!BadAss! Burlesque throws a glitter-soaked over-the-top bash for the birthday girl, with guests Velocity Chyaldd, Tigger! and many others.

  1. The Cutting Room 44 E 32nd St, between Madison Ave and Park Ave South , 10016
  2. Fri Apr 18
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Jon Kinzel

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Kinzel shows a new in-progress work as part of NYLA's informal Studio Series. Neil Goldberg moderates a postperformance talk with the choreographer.

  1. New York Live Arts 219 W 19th St, between Seventh and Eighth Aves
  2. Fri Apr 18 - Sat Apr 19
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The Inspired Word Presents Titillating Tongues: NYC Erotica in Poetry and Prose

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Poets, authors and spoken-word artists bring their saucy, sensual best to this night of readings from locals and out-of-town guests. The monthly open-mike night, hosted by poet Aimee Herman, features pulse-quickening performances that have

  1. Le Poisson Rouge 158 Bleecker St, at Thompson St
  2. Fri Apr 18
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