Sure, Thanksgiving is around the corner—but this week, we’re really excited about Eleanor Friedberger, Roberto Bolaño animation, and impromptu concerts!
Cheshire (Wangechi), 2011. Enamel on Metal, 60×96 inches. Courtesy of Salon 94.
Tonight, occupy Shea Stadium! Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Titus Andronicus an the So So Glos play a last-minute benefit for the National Lawyer’s Guild. Get the information here.
Oscar Hijuelos reads from his novel Thoughts without Cigarettes at The National Arts Club.
The Cherry Orchard written by Anton Chekhov is now playing. Read our epic interview with cast member John Turturro before you go!
Forget the Macy’s Parade. Stay warm, and check out the html adaptation of Roberto Bolaño’s “The Colonel’s Son”.
Ending soon, this weekend is a good time to check out the “(External)Marilyn Minter:http://bombsite.com/issues/1000/articles/3564 show ” at Salon 94.
Missed Eleanor Friedberger at Le Poisson Rouge this weekend? Check out her mixtape, exclusively for BOMBLog.
Mike Kelley curates and presents a show of art work from his 1970’s art collective, Destroy All Monsters at Prism.
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