Here’s some art, film, music and other stuff happening in NYC so you can Have a Good Weekend. Drop your suggestions in the comments or to


This is the last weekend to catch Best of the Spectacle series — the DAMN SON! WHERE’D YOU FIND THIS?! of cinema. (Friday-Sunday, Brooklyn, $5)

Indie rock royals The Breeders take to Webster Hall with their direct descendants in Speedy Ortiz opening. You might still make it. (Doors 7pm, Manhattan, $30)

The experimental rock stalwarts Zs play Trans Pecos, the old Silent Barn space. Don’t glare at Todd P. (Doors 8pm, Brooklyn)


If you’re going to Chelsea, it’s the last day to catch Eyebeam’s Emoji Art & Design show. (Manhattan)

Also in Chelsea, the PostPictures show at bitforms gallery is great. We’re so post-painting. There’s an arcade game sort of. (Manhattan)

Diablo Fest with Cro-Mags, Meyhem Lauren and more, for New York City hardcore at Santo’s Playhouse. (Doors 3pm, Manhattan, $15-$18)

Spank Rock and Pictureplane at the Glasslands: A very 285 Kent-esque show right next door to the recently shuttered venue. (11:30pm, Brooklyn, $10)


Kung Fu at the Spectacle. Did I mention the Spectacle? Fucking love the Spectacle. (3pm, Brooklyn, $5)

Welcome to the Space Show is a debut anime from Koji Masunari and it looks crazy as hell. See it at the IFC Center until the 26th. (Manhattan, $13.50)

A collaborative set from two icons of NYC avant-garde music of the Ikue Mori and John Zorn Duo at the Stone. (8pm, Manhattan, $15)