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In event of the recent re-release of his novel, Snowball’s Chance, author John Reed will give a lecture at the New York Public Library on the mechanics of storytelling and the relationship between literature and culture.
Shake a leg at 92YTribeca with The Bandana Splits, a three-woman harmony that takes its inspiration from the pop sounds of the age of golden oldies, and Well Informed, a Brooklyn-based duet that harkens back to the same era.
The American Folk Art Museum presents DARGER/MELVILLE: The Debauchery of Weather: A Literary Mash-Up, an exploration of the literary and visual works of Henry Darger and Herman Melville. Curator Kevin Miller, writer Nicole Haroutunian, and actor Josh Weinstein will come together to read and perform excerpts.
It’s what you’ve been waiting for: a film series devoted entirely to Jeff Bridges. It’s at 92YTribeca, folks, JB before The Dude. In the spirit of this, go see Starman tonight.
It’s your last chance to check out Other Arrangements, the film program organized by Frédéric Moffet at the New Museum, featuring shorts from various filmmakers, exploring the facets of queer identity from a range of perspectives.
As part of its Get Weird series, the New Museum presents two bands. Dunes, a post-punk group hailing from LA, recently released their album Noctiluca with PPM Records. Household is a Brooklyn-based trio with sound that is crisp, energetic, and will most definitely make you want to tap your feet.