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Weekend Agenda

Events to check out this weekend, April 25–27.

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1. Sway Friday night away with Baths, Will Wiesenfeld’s dark and compelling electropop project.

2. Or find some “West End Girls” over on the west side of Manhattan, when Pet Shop Boys take the stage on Saturday.

3. It's the last chance to catch the interactive “You May Meet Her” at the Abrons Arts Center. Be a "guest" or a "voyeur." What you learn about yourself may surprise you.

4. Or be purely passive watching a flick at the Tribeca Film Festival. Fans of technology (and gin) will want to check out the free Storyscapes mini-festival, with complimentary Bombay Sapphire cocktails.

5. How about a play on Broadway? Sutton Foster shines in Violet, as does Daniel Radcliffe in The Cripple of Inishmaan.

6. Or check out some art. A survey of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei lands at the Brooklyn Museum.

7. On Friday Steve Hindy, co-founder of the Brooklyn Brewery, discusses his new book The Craft Beer Revolution: How a Band of Microbrewers Is Transforming the World's Favorite Drink, at the NYPL with other prominent beer enthusiasts.

8. While over in Brooklyn the third annual Food Book Fair takes over the Wythe Hotel all weekend, and don’t worry—if you get hungry talking grub, there’s a pop-up brew-pub on site plus plenty of options in the vicinity, including Marlow & Sons, Aska, and Smorgasburg.

9. Earth Day wasn’t just this past Tuesday it’s every day. This Saturday and Sunday the New York City Green Festival at Pier 94 educates on how to live a healthier, sustainable life.

10. While in Battery Park on Saturday they’re kicking off the start of Battery Urban Farm’s season with Earth Fest featuring free, all ages fun including arts and crafts, fresh food tastings, farm tours, and live music. Find a list of all other city-sponsored Earth Day and Arbor Day events here. Happy weekend!


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