Just because it’s getting cold out doesn’t give you the right to act like a hermit. This weekend’s round-up will keep you nice and cozy.
[Art] Today’s the last day to experience art in front of Jesus Christ! 1) All of the Above–The Big Question Answered? group art show ends today. On view all day, at Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Upper West Side, free.
[Talks] Former lead singer and songwriter for The Kinks Ray Davies talks about his new book Americana with DJ Pierre Robert. At 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble, Union Square, free.
[Art] Party + Art + DJs = CUM! Well, sort of: ArtErotica will host their last party with a group art show featuring work by Aya Rodriguez-Izumi and Ian Culley, among others, music and live performances. At 9 p.m., Free Candy, Brooklyn, free before 10 p.m.
[Comedy] Speaking of ripped from headlines, catch The Law Firm: Law and Disorder. At 10:30 p.m., UCB Theatre, Chelsea, $10.
[Halloween] No need to head upstate in car rental to get your pumpkin patch on: there’s a Pumpkin Fest right here! At 11 a.m., Central Park, free.
[Halloween] Get amped for Halloween by dressing up your dog (or watching other people’s dog) with silly/humiliating costumes at the Halloween Dog Parade. At noon, Tompkins Square Park, free.
[Art] Today is the last day to see “Women” an exhibition by Houston-based artist Robert Pruitt. At noon, The Studio Museum of Harlem, $7 suggested donation.
[Halloween] After you’ve picked out your pumpkin at the Pumpkin Fest, set it free among other pumpkins at the Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail. At 4 p.m., Central Park, free.
[Comedy] Brad Austin, Nate Fridson, and Adam Sokol host Comedy at Beauty Bar and welcome some familiar comics and some beginners. At 8 p.m., Beauty Bar, free.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 25, 2013