Saturday, January 31, 2015

This Weekend

  • Perp Walk: The History of Art, Crime, Drugs and Punk Rock on the Lower East Side

    Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph leads this walking tour of the LES' gritty history.

    Not for the kids: See old gang hangouts and drug spots, as well as the birthplaces of NYC's punk scene.

    Sun 3p. Location TBA. $35 here.

  • Literary Lush: Hemingway in Havana & Paris

    The Dead Rabbit hosts two days devoted to the great author and boozer, exploring the man's life and liquor.

    Our kind of reading: Dale DeGroff serves up four Hemingway cocktails while Philip Greene leads a discussion of his recent book.

    Sat-Sun 7p. The Dead Rabbit, 30 Water St. (Broad St.), Financial District. $60 here.

    Nearby: Demi Monde; Delmonico's; The Dubliner

  • Don't Tell Mom: Tween Dweam Social

    We don't know why art collective Flux Factory would host an '80-teen-themed blowout, but we're not complaining.

    Party plan: Outfitted like your parents' basement, it's got pizza, a "secret bar," and karaoke.

    Sat 8p. Flux Factory, 39-31 29th St. (40th Ave.) Long Island City. $10 here.

    Nearby: Arepas Cafe; Salt & Fat; Cafe Triskell

  • Cut Ups: Found Footage Festival vs. Found Magazine

    Yep, it's all found objects at this battle with vets of The Onion, Letterman, and This American Life.

    Don't get lost: Found videos and found notes duel in bouts promising "music, comedy and blood."

    Sun 7p. Littlefield, 622 Degraw St. (4th Ave.), Gowanus. $10-14 here.

    Nearby: Littleneck; The Pines; Zuzu Ramen

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