The International Center of Photography’s upcoming Weegee exhibit shall be bountiful with lurid highlights from the photojournalist’s career capturing crime scenes, murder victims, homicide trials and other film noir fodder, minus the glitz. A storied New York newspaper freelancer of the 1930s and 1940s, Weegee had a brief and productively miserable time as a Hollywood paparazzi, but soon returned home “to civilization,” corpses and cops. The exhibit will include “environmental recreations of Weegee’s apartment and exhibitions.” Ooh, time warp. “Weegee: Murder Is My Business,” Jan 20–Sep 2, International Center of Photography, NYC