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


Friday and saturday night, The Brooklyn Night Bazaar will be soundtracked, awesomely, by Genesis P-Orridge’s Psychic TV. There’s also an ARTCADE. (Brooklyn, 7pm, free)

GWAR at Irving Plaza. If you really really want to see GWAR. (Manhattan, 7:30pm, $40 now)But maybe you should just go see Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street because it’s just come out and it begins with Leonardo DiCaprio sucking “cocaine” out of “a hooker’s” ass crack but into his mouth and not nose because you know, acting is hard. Recommended reading: this thing about Quaaludes. (Everywhere)


As part of the Foreign Oscar Hopefuls series, Film Society at Lincoln Center is hosting the New York premiere of Heli, a Mexican film about twelve-year-old Estela in love with a police cadet and “one deadly mistake leads to another” as she “drags her family into the horror of devastating drug violence.” Looks intense. (Manhattan, 4:30PM, $13)

Le1f, House of Ladosha, Lakutis and Junglepussy at Brooklyn Bowl: A stacked rap lineup at the Kwanzaa party from Le1f’s Camp & Street label. (Brooklyn, doors 11:30pm, $10-$12)


Catch Jia Zhang-ke’s A Touch Of Sin at the end of its short run at the IFC Center. See the ills of modern China “through with black comedy and shocking violence.” (Manhattan, through December 31st, $13.50)

(Image: Junglepussy in Dieke Magazine)