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11 super-cool things to do this weekend

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Dec 26

Christmas Lights & Cannoli Tour; Location TBA, 7pm. $55.
Get a peek at the festive homes on this bus tour, which ends with a stop at Bella Luna Pizza for hot cocoa, and cannoli courtesy of Bensonhurst’s Villabate Alba.

Sandra Bernhard is #blessed; Joe's Pub at the Public Theater, Greenwich Village, 7:30pm & 9:30pm. $60.
Actor-comedian-singer and alt-cabaret grand dame Sandra Bernhard settles into her annual year-end residency at Joe's Pub.

"Early Man"; The Hole, Chinatown & Little Italy, 12pm. Free.
This wryly titled roundup features familiar and less familiar names on the LES exhibition circuit, all of which share a predilection for neoprimitive or faux-naïf style, or at the very least, an interest in primordial subject matter.

Dave Attell; Carolines on Broadway, Midtown West, 7:30pm & 10:30pm. $42 plus two-drink minimum, VIP $113.
Dave Attell will be headlining Carolines on Broadway. The best gift you can get yourself this year should not be done with your family.

Dec 27

Charagra Soleil; BAM Peter Jay Sharp Building, Fort Greene, 9pm. Free. 
Enjoy this Caribbean music group's annual holiday performance don't be surprised if you find yourself grooving on the dance floor once these folks get started.

Dandy Wellington Vintage Skate; South Street Seaport, Financial District, 5pm. Free. 
Dress up in your best 1920s and 1930s duds with Dandy Wellington and His Band at this retro-style ice-skating party.

Dec 28

Le1f; S.O.B's, Brooklyn Bowl, Williamsburg, 9pm. $20.  
What "Wut"? Yes, the indie-rap sensation himself will be headlining at Brooklyn Bowl tonight. 

Good Riddance DayTimes Square, Duffy Square, Midtown West, 12pm. Free. 
Rid yourself of 2014’s baggage at the eighth annual Good Riddance Day (Dec 28), inspired by the Latin American tradition of burning dolls that represent issues from the year before.

Kwanzaa Celebration: Regeneration Night; The Apollo Theater, Harlem, 2pm and 7:30pm. $20. 
Radio personality, poet and songwriter Imhotep Gary Byrd hosts this annual Kwanzaa showcase of music and dance.

Eddie Pepitone; Carolines on Broadway, Midtown West, 9:30pm. $28 plus two-drink minimum. 
The self-loathing stand-up known as the Bitter Buddha—he has released a movie of the same name—masterfully navigates his dark comedy in a way that's both silly and brash.

Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction; Union Hall, Park Slope, 8pm. $10. 
Hosted by comedian Bryan Cook, this raunchy humor show (and podcast) may not turn you on, but it sure will arouse your funny bone. Zingers, ya'll.

 

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