Sunday, February 1, 2015

This Weekend

    Dudes who refuse to shave compete for the most creatively hirsute face at this insane annual event.
    For a good cause: Proceeds help out our other furry friends at Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.
    Sat 6p. Irving Plaza, 17 Irving Pl. (E. 15th St.), East Village. $15-45 here.
    Nearby: Brother Jimmy's BBQ; Booker & Dax; Baohaus

    Food52's online store goes brick-and-mortar for three days, selling artisan housewares and rare ingredients.
    Bone up: After you're done, sit in on a cookie-making class or grab an apron at the Big Dinner, where you'll cook and eat at once.
    Fri-Sun. 168 Bowery (Delancey St.), Lower East Side. Free to attend, classes $50-100 here.
    Nearby: Ken & Cook; Cantine Parisienne; L'Asso

  • Upper Crust: Pie for Dinner
    In celebration of the launch of Four and Twenty Blackbirds' first cookbook, the baking ladies host a dinner at Allswell.
    It's not all sweet: Cheese pie, lamb pie, root veggie pie are on the menu, in addition to lemon chess pie for dessert. 
    Sun 6p and 8p. Allswell, 124 Bedford Ave. (N. 10th St.), Williamsburg. $70 here.
    Nearby: The Gibson; The Bedford; Hotel Delmano

  • Techno-Laffs: Analog.Ue
    Comedian/monologist Daniel Kitson hits St. Ann's Warehouse, delivering witty insights on our technology-obsessed culture.
    Wired up: Kitson examines the notion of pre-recorded history using reel-to-reels, cassettes, and other outmoded tape recording devices. 
    Thru Sat Dec 21. St. Ann's Warehouse, 29 Jay St. (Plymouth St.), Dumbo. $25 here.
    Nearby: Gran Electrica; Galapagos Art Space; 68 Jay St. Bar

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