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 tips@animalnewyork.com.

FRIDAY 50°F NIGHT 43°F

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)

SATURDAY 57°F NIGHT 51°F

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)

SUNDAY 68°F NIGHT 56°F

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)