Things to do in New York this Sunday

Don't let your weekend slip away. Find the best things to do on Sundays in New York City.

Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz
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Zombie Escape

You and 11 other daredevils have just one hour and a few solid clues to escape a bloodthirsty zombie who—every five minutes—is released ever-so-slightly from a chain. 

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Bucket List Productions Until Thursday February 12 2015
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Super Bowl XLIX Party

The great thing about Super Bowl parties is that you don’t actually have to love football to enjoy them. Enjoy $4 Sixpoint pints and barbecue by Williamsburg’s Urban Rustic while watching the game, or just chatting with friends.

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The Bell House Sunday February 1 2015 Free
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Outsider Art Fair 2015

Critics' pick

If your tastes in art range from folky and visionary to surreal and paranoid, head over to the annual fair devoted to self-taught artists, where you'll find all of that and more. On tap are works presented by 50 international galleries from 27 cities representing 8 countries—including painting, sculpture, drawing, mixed-media and photography. Also on view: A special exhibition spotlighting five artists (Melvin Way, Emery Blagdon, Adolf Wölfli, Mark Lombardi and the Philadelphia Wireman) curated by art dealer Jay Gorney and artist, writer and Time Out contributor Anne Doran.

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Center 548 Sunday February 1 2015
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Winter Antiques Show

Critics' pick

History buffs have 73 booths of decorative housewares, furniture and tableaux to riffle through at this vintage art and antiques fair. Perhaps take a look at some hard-core antique-armor from collector Peter Finer.

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Park Avenue Armory Sunday February 1 2015
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SNL Writers Unscripted

Critics' pick

Saturday Night Live writers drop their scripts and take a break from the iconic show to perform a fully improvised show in this intimate venue.

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Union Hall Sunday February 1 2015
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First Sunday at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Critics' pick

Every Sunday, Brooklyn Botanic Garden is packed with fun, eco-friendly events for you and your friends to enjoy, with the peace of mind that you're doing something nice for Mother Earth. 

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Until Sunday December 27 2015
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"El Greco in New York"

Critics' pick

Romantics and Modernists alike treasured the old master El Greco (1541–1614) for the skewed perspectives and strangely distorted figures that fill his paintings—that is, when they weren’t blaming those aesthetic quirks on drugs, madness, or astigmatism. 

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Sunday February 1 2015
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Catz N Dogz + Heidi + El_Txef_A

Critics' pick

Catz ’n Dogz’s Grzegorz Demianczuk and Wojciech Taranczuk deliver bass-heavy, technocentric beats. Heidi, an affiliate of the Get Physical camp, is an excellent spinner (you don’t get to spin at at top clubs like Fabric, Panorama Bar, Space Ibiza and Watergate by sucking) who also hosts BBC Radio 1’s In New DJs We Trust show.

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Verboten Until Sun Feb 1
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"Pheromone Hotbox"

A group of female artists (Amanda Charchian, Aneta Bartos, Shae Detar, Olivia Locher and Marianna Rothen) challenge the concept of post-feminist ideologies by each presenting 10 of their most recent photographs that portray womanhood. All five photographers are known for often including nudity and illustrating elusive stories in their work.

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Steven Kasher Gallery Tuesday February 3 2015 - Saturday February 28 2015 Free

Beloved Sisters

Critics' pick

The kind of finely etched family drama that fans of Downton Abbey will flip for, Dominik Graf’s gripping German saga turns an 18th-century ménage à trois into a psychological feast.

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Farewell, Herr Schwarz

Critics' pick

Decades after her family was torn apart by the Holocaust, documentary director Yael Reuveny dives into the past in a quest for historical certainty.

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The Interview

Critics' pick

A compelling and genuinely radical feature, Seth Rogen's comedy fashions The Great Dictator and Inglourious Basterds into a cross joint and then lights it from both ends.

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Selma

Critics' pick

Ava DuVernay’s masterfully controlled portrait of the fight for civil rights would be a landmark even without the timeliness of its story or the urgency of its unassailable values.

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Two Days, One Night

Critics' pick

A star like Marion Cotillard might seem like an odd fit for the Dardenne brothers’ brand of social realism, but this story of a woman campaigning to keep her job is as honest as it gets.

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American Sniper

Critics' pick

Clint Eastwood offers his complex take on American exceptionalism in this biopic about the deadliest sniper in Army history. A jacked Bradley Cooper hits the bull’s-eye in the title role.

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A Most Violent Year

Critics' pick

Oscar Isaac does his best Michael Corleone in J.C. Chandor’s tense, wintry drama about competing businessmen in 1981 NYC. Jessica Chastain’s fiery turn brings the heat.

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Leviathan

Critics' pick

A vodka-soaked middle finger to Putin, Andrey Zvyagintsev's latest Russian drama is a whale of a movie—grotesque and a little bloated but impossible to ignore.

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Eating out?

The 50 best brunch places in NYC

A weekend in New York just isn’t complete without brunch. See our picks for a late breakfast on the weekend.

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By: Tazi Phillips

Grab a drink

The 50 best New York bars

Whether you favor craft brews or serious cocktails; a beer-and-shot special or a transporting glass of wine, NYC has a game-changing bar to slake your thirst

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Comments

1 comments
Jamie P
Jamie P

What have you done with this feature? It used to be a readable roundup. Now it's just an assortment of links that I have to open in a million different tabs. As someone who refers to these weekend roundups quite a bit, I respectfully request that you bring back the old format.