Oct. 3 (Tues.), Adult Swim on the Green, Punderdome, Bradford Morrow

adult swim

THINGS TO DO

Morning Fitness, Fort Tryon Park (Inwood), 7:30am – 8:30am

One hour of walking, stretching, and strengthening exercises led by trained professionals, and suitable for all levels. Free.

Fitness Walk, Fort Trotten Park (Queens), 9am – 10am

Join a free self-guided walking program from the Fort Totten gate onto Joe Michaels Mile and back (approximately two miles)

Haiti, Brooklyn, Harlem: An Artist’s Perspective, El Museo del Barrio (East Harlem), 5:30pm – 8pm.

Join a private tour of the museum’s current exhibitions followed by an artist talk featuring Artist-in-Residence from Haiti, Tessa Mars, in conversation with Harlem-based artist Vladimir Cybil Charlier and Brooklyn-based Shelley Worrell of caribBeing.

Riverside HIIT, Riverside Park, 6:30pm

Veteran Donald Calliste leads a series of fat-burning exercises. Bring your own mat. Free.

Bodyroll Workout with Viva, Riverside Park South, 6:30pm

Join a 90s-inspired dance aerobics class designed to get you feeling “suppa duppa fly.”

Bradford Morrow, The Strand (East Village), 7pm

Award-winning author Bradford Morrow discusses his latest book The Prague Sonata with Diane Ackerman. Purchase of $5 Strand gift card gets you entry.

Deji Bryce Olukotun, Greenlight Bookstore (Brooklyn), 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Author Deji Bryce Olukotun launches his new book After the Flare.

Adult Swim on the Green, Socrates Sculpture Park (Brooklyn), 8pm

Adult Swim is hitting the road and is providing games, food trucks, and exclusive prizes. The event will be followed by a free promotional screening of “Things You’ve Never Seen,” which includes unaired episodes and never before seen pilots & specials. Free, $5 for concession voucher.

FILM

BRIC Stoop Series: Reel Films by Reel Sisters, BRIC (Brooklyn), 7pm, Free. RSVP.

MUSIC

Communion NYC feat. Conner Youngblood, Delilah Montagu, Charlie Cunningham, Matt Holubowski, Shook Twins, etc., Rockwood Music Hall (LES), 6pm, $10-$12.

Dr. Medicine, Lyle Marlow, Allegra, A is for Atom, Pianos (LES), 7pm, $8.

Sam and the Sea, Tessa Makes Love, Jerome Carmelo di Girolamo, Siv Anderson, Lovecraft (Alphabet City), 7pm, $5 donation, one drink minimum.

Central Chamber Series, Central Presbyterian Church (UES), 7:30PM – 9:30pm, Free. RSVP.

LPR Presents: Really Big Pinecone, b o t, Twig Twig, C’mon Everybody (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10-$12.

Studeyed, Idle Bloom, Pouty, Thick, DJ Molly Soda, Alphaville (Brooklyn), $8-$10.

COMEDY

Jo Firestone (Fallon), Anthony Devito (Comedy Central), Shane Torres (Conan), Jeff Wesselschmidt (Seeso), hosted by Joe Pera, Dan Licata, Charles Gould, The Shanty (Brooklyn), 8pm – 10pm, Free. RSVP.

Punderdome, hosted by Fred Firestone, Littlefield (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8-$10.

Rob Haze (Comedy Central), Doug Smith (Conan), Tyler Fischer (America’s Got Talent), Kenice Mobley (Women in Comedy Festival), Jeremyah Schur (Mostly Fun Comedy Show), The Hungry Ghost (Brooklyn), 7:30pm, Free.

Oct. 2 (Mon), Armistead Maupin, Night Train with Wyatt Cenac, Seeing Agon

agon ballet

THINGS TO DO

Seeing Agon with Heather Watts, Center for Ballet and the Arts (East Village), 530pm

Ballerina Heather Watts performs George Balanchine and Igor Stravinsky’s Agon in a one hour rehearsal style lecture-demonstration. Featuring Unity Phelan and Calvin Royal III. Free. RSVP.

Kaveh Akbar Book Launch Party, Liberty Hall at Ace Hotel, 7pm

Kaveh Akbar celebrates the launch of his debut poetry collection Calling a Wolf a Wolf. Free. RSVP.

Pen Out Loud: Boundaries and Borders, Strand Book Store (East Village), 7pm – 8pm

The Strand will host a conversation with Daniel José Older, author of the New York Times best-selling YA series Shadowshaper Cypher, and Idra Novey, a translator-turned-novelist who interrogates linguistic boundaries in both her translations of Portuguese works and in her award-winning debut novel, Ways to Disappear. Free. 

A Memorial for Denis Johnson, Kaufman Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Celebrate the life of National Book Award winner Denis Johnson with Michael Shannon, Billy Crudup, Michael Cunningham, Arthur Bradford, Kevin Corrigan, Michael Cryer and others. Free. RSVP.

Armistead Maupin, Books are Magic (Brooklyn), 7:30pm – 8:30pm

Author Armistead Maupin will discuss his new memoir Logical Family. Free.

FILM

Beijing Opera, Schwartz Theater at SUNY College of Optometry (Midtown), 6pm, Free.

Angst, Crosby Street Hotel, 7pm, Free.

MUSIC

Babel Duet, Bowery Poetry Club (LES), 6pm, $10 suggested admission

Kenny Brown, The Kandinsky Effect, Elise Masanga, Tim Maiden, Pianos (LES), 6:30pm, $8.

Joy Again w/ Furnsss, Mercury Lounge (LES), 6:30pm, $10.

Kino Kimono, The Lounge Act, Hiccup, Funcrusher, Reanimadores, Knitting Factory (Brooklyn), 6:30pm, $10-$12.

Jes Justice (Single Release Party), Rockwood Music Hall (LES), 8:15pm, $10.

COMEDY

The Peoples Mic Podcast Live Taping, Otto’s Shrunken Head (Greenwich Village), 2pm, $0-$5

Nat Townsen’s Downtown Variety Hour w/  Myq Kaplan (Netflix) and Lorraine Cink (Marvel), UCB East Village, 7:30pm, $7.

Comedy at the Grocery feat. Abby Rosenquist, Andrew Collin, Marie Faustin, Calise Hawkins, Dan Soder, hosted by Freddie Sheffield, Arlene’s Grocery (LES), 7:45pm, Free with RSVP, $5 at the door.

Night Train with Wyatt Cenac feat. Jon Glaser, Jo Firestone, Tanel Joachim, etc., Littlefield (Brooklyn), 7:30pm, $5 – $8.

The Witching Hour feat. Sarah Kennedy, Carmen Lagala, Tiana Miller, Oni Francis and Phil Stamato, QED (Queens), 8:30pm, $5.

Free Comedy and Pizza feat. Fumi Abe, Derek Humphrey, Emily Winter, David Spector, Jordan Raybould, Josh Carter, Natasha Vaynblat, Stewart Fullerton, HiFi (Alphabet City), 9pm, Free. RSVP.

Mixtape: The Diversity Improv Show feat. Jason Farr, Valete Graham, Will Cooper, Caroline Castro, Shalini Tripathi, Marie Denny, Nina Sharma, etc., Magnet Theater, 10:30pm, $7.

 

CHEAP AND FREE WEEKEND: Medieval Festival, Oddities Flea Market, Questlove

Sept. 30,  Saturday

THINGS TO DO

SOCRATES FARMERS MARKET, Socrates Sculpture Park (Queens), 8am – 4pm

This market serves the Long Island City and Astoria communities with local fruits and vegetables from Nolasco Farm and Williams Fruit Farm. Free.

HATTIE CARTHAN COMMUNITY SATURDAY FARMERS MARKET, Hattie Carthan Garden (Brooklyn), 9am – 2pm.

The Hattie Carthan Community Farmers Market is opening for its ninth season of healthy food, activities, education and food justice programming. Free.

Butt and Gut, Soldiers’ and Sailors’Monument (Riverside Park), 10:30am – 11:15am

Join this class to tone and define your core, lower back, and glutes. Throw in cardio exercises that will maximize your fat-burning potential.

SHAPE UP NYC, Poe Park Visitor Center (Bronx), 10am – 11am.

Why not try a zumba class?

ODDITIES FLEA MARKET, Brooklyn Bazaar, 11am – 6pm

You’ll find an assemblage of vendors selling all sorts of peculiar items such as medical history ephemera, anatomical curiosities, natural history items, osteological specimens, taxidermy, jewelry and one of a kind art. $3 at the door.

NYC PAGAN PRIDE DAY, Battery Park, 11am – 5pm

Activities include a tribal belly dance and a traditional Indian dance. With intermissions for drum circle sessions. Free.

RIDGEWOOD FOOD AND DRINK FESTIVAL, The Footlight (Queens), 12pm – 6pm

Vendors include Sabba’s Spicery, Sweet Dreams by Jen, Ceja Designs and ELuv Cheesecakes. There will also be a jazz band playing during the event. Free.

Crossing the Line Festival: Corbeaux (Crows), Brooklyn Museum, 12 pm and 4pm, Sun. 3pm.

Witness the New York premiere of Corbeaux (Crows), a new dance performance by Moroccan choreographer Bouchra Ouizguen. Free with museum admission.

Bronx Brewery Oktoberfest, The Bronx Brewery, 12pm – 8pm

Tickets start at $5.

RED HOOK REGATTA, Valentino Pier, 1pm – 5pm.

Pioneer Works presents the third annual Red Hook Regatta, where homemade boats navigate the rough seas of New York City’s shipping harbor. To kick off this year’s race is the launch of Hope Floats, a robotic raft that calls your Congressperson on your behalf around the clock.

Strictly Tango, Greenbelt Recreation Center (Staten Island), 1pm – 3pm

Spend a special afternoon with a Taste of Tango. Enjoy a dance class for and open dance for all. Strictly Tango NYC Dance School, brings you the “authentic Buenos Aires Tango feeling.” Free.

Capoiera for Beginners, Socrates Sculpture Park (Queens), 1pm – 2pm

This six-part series will introduce participants to the basic fundamentals of the Brazilian martial art of capoeira.

FILM

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2, Monsignor McGolrick Park (Brooklyn), 6:30pm

IN THE PARLOR: THE FINAL GOODBYE (WITH Q+A), Merchant’s House Museum, 6:30pm

COMING TO AMERICA, Brower Park (Brooklyn), 6:45pm.

SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (1977), Basketball courts in Dry Dock Playground, 7pm.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE, ARROW Community Center (Queens), 7pm

I KNOW THE SUNSET, 845 West End Avenue, 7pm. $10.

WONDER WOMAN (2017), Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk and Beach, 7:30pm

SING, Grant Park (Bronx), 7:30pm

MUSIC

QUESTLOVE’S 4-HOUR FAMILY DANCE PARTY (HURRICANE IRMA AND MARIA BENEFIT), Brooklyn Bowl, $10 suggested donation. 11am.

Zachery Allan Starkey, ELSZ, CULTTASTIC, Space Meow Doll, 99 Sense, Pianos (LES), 7PM. $10.

DAWSON RUTLEDGE, Garden Bar, 7pm. Free.

COUPLE HUNDO, ORIGINAL SHARKS, BLAME SHIFTERS, PATCH KID, Goldsounds (Brooklyn), 8pm

SALT CATHEDRAL, FUFANU, MAMMUT, Knitting Factory (Brooklyn), 8pm. Free.

MUSIC FOR THE MASSES: A NEW WAVE PARTY, Saint Vitus Bar (Brooklyn), 11pm. Free until midnight. RSVP.

THE SUN PARADE, GOODFIGHT, Mercury Lounge (LES), 7pm, $10.

BROOKLY WHITE, QUEEN TUT, JADE, Silent Barn (Brooklyn), 8pm. $8 – $20.

COMEDY

SAM EVANS, AMINAH IMANI, CONNOR CREAGAN, JOE BELL HOSTED BY CHARLES BLYZNIUK, LOCAL 138 (LES), 6pm. Free. RSVP.

WHODAT? COMEDY AND PIZZA PARTY FEAT. JESSE MARTIN, MADDY SMITH, MARLON JEAN-BAPTISTE, SETH BYRD, MARIE FAUSTIN, TEDDY SMITH, HOSTED BY STEPHANIE HOLMES, Artichoke Basille’s Pizza (Brooklyn), 10pm. $3 online, $5 at the door.

 

Oct. 1, Sunday

THINGS TO DO

33RD ANNUAL MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL, Fort Tryon Park (Inwood), Oct. 1 (Sun), 11:30am – 6pm

Fort Tryon Park gets transformed into a medieval market town. Mingle with jesters and watch jousts between knights on horseback. Free.

KICKOFF TO FALL AT QUEENS COUNTY FARM, Queens County Farm Museum, Oct. 1 (Sun), 11am – 4:30pm

Celebrate the autumn season on a farm. Buy apples, fresh cider and pies from Hudson Valley merchants. Country western music by Savannah Sky. Happening every weekend in October. Free.

DISCOVERY DAY AT FRESHKILLS PARK, Freshkills Park (Staten Island), 11am – 4pm

Explore parts of Freshkills Park that are normally closed. Join guided tours and get free bike rentals. Free shuttles to and from the event at Staten Island Ferry Terminal and 350 Wild Avenue. Free.

MUSLIM HISTORY WALKING TOUR, 12pm – 2:30 pm

Learn about nearly 400 years of Muslim history in New York City From turn-of-the-century Bengali sailors to celebrations of a Senegalese saint. Tour starts at the Adam Clayton Powell Statue at 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. Free. RSVP.

EYE TO EYE, 1 Bowling Green (Lower Manhattan), 1pm – 5:30pm

Sit down and make eye contact with a stranger. This is part of The World’s Biggest Eye Contact Experiment 2017: Global Event coordinated by The Liberators International in cities all over the world.

A LA CALLE BLOCK PARTY, Ballet Hispanico (UWS), 2pm – 6pm

Activities include dance performances by the Ballet Hispánico Company, live music by Los Hacheros and dance classes for adults and children. Free.

NYC PLANT SWAP AND CHAT, Lululemon Fifth Avenue, 2:30 – 5:30pm

Bring a pest-free plant, or two or three for trade. Ticket sales will benefit the Espiritu Tierra Community Garden in Williamsburg. Free. RSVP.

MUSIC

BLIND PROPHET, CRAZY BALDHEAD, ZION TRAIN, The Kymberle Project (Brooklyn), 2pm. Free before 5pm, $10 after.

LPR PRESENTS: ALL BOY/ ALL GIRL, OFFICE CULTURE, DAISY THE GREAT, Union Pool (Brooklyn), 7pm, $10-$12.

SELECTOR DUB NARCOTIC, 75 DOLLAR BILL, GONG GONG GONG, Sunnyvale (Brooklyn), 8pm. $10.

COMEDY

BRING YA MAMMA: CLEAN STAND UP COMEDY SHOW, Village Lantern Comedy Club, 2pm, $10.

PEDRO SALINAS, SYDNEE WASHINGTON, MADDY SMITH, ERIC NEUMANN, NEKO WHITE,  Rebecca’s (Brooklyn), 6pm. Free.

TOO SOON? COMEDY SHOW, 135 Eldridge Street (LES), 8pm. Free.

Sept. 29 (Fri), OOF #2, There Will Be Blood, Wonder Woman

flux factory

THINGS TO DO

ANIMATION NIGHT NEW YORK BEST OF FEST, 180 Maiden Lane (Lower Manhattan, 12pm – 10pm

Start of two-day symposium featuring anime screenings, fine art installations, virtual reality animation experiences and professional panels. Free (Enthusiast Package covers two day access to screenings, exhibition and panels), RSVP.

TASTE OF ICELAND IN NYC: Iceland’s Designers, Artists & Fleas (Brooklyn),

Join Ingibjorg Greta Gisladottir, the CEO and creative director of Reykjavik Runway, for a discussion on the key characteristics of the new wave of Icelandic design.

BINGO ON THE HUDSON, 125th Street and Marginal Street (West Harlem), 6pm.

Winners get a prize. Free.

SUNSET YOGA, Courtyard 3/4 in Industry City (Brooklyn), 7pm.

An evening of yoga with a live DJ soundtrack. Mats are provided.

ART TO SHARE FROM INDIA AND IRAN, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (Lincoln Square), 7pm – 10pm.

Indian writer Mimi Mondal and her mentor, Iranian writer and editor Poupeh Missaghi, discuss censorship, banned books, “American” arts, and their immigration stories. Free. RSVP.

IMMENSE BEWILDERING LIGHT: A READING, Flux Factory (Queens), 7pm – 10pm, $5 (suggested donation).

An evening of poetry and prose with Sueyeun Juliette Lee, Chia-Lun Chang, ray ferreira, Phoebe Glick and Geoffrey Olsen.

OOF #2, NYHC Tattoos (LES), 7pm – 11pm.

At art show tribute to classic cinema set in New York City. There’s also free beer and vegan treats.

THE LIFT OFF NEW PLAY SERIES, St. Paul’s Theater, 8pm. $10.

Performances of ten-minute plays and full-length readings over three nights. The first night includes Hannah Vaughn’s M and the Water Man and Asia Nichols’ A Shot in the Dark.

FILM

MOANA, Cooper Park (Brooklyn), 6:45pm, Free.

WONDER WOMAN, Lawn in McCarren Park (Brooklyn), 6:45pm. Free.

MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS, Roy Wilkins Recreation Center (Queens), 7pm. Free.

JASON BOURNE (2016), Central Lawn in J. Hood Wright Park (Washington Heights), 7pm. Free.

BOSS BABY, Williamsbridge Oval (Bronx), 7:30pm. Free.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (2017), Conference House Park (Staten Island), 7:30pm. Free.

THERE WILL BE BLOOD WITH MUSIC BY BROADWAY COMPOSER DAVID YAZBEK, RUBIN MUSEUM OF ART, 9:30pm, $10 (free for members)

MUSIC

THE MODERN SAVAGE, RETAIL SPACE, UBETCHA, Cape House (Brooklyn), 7pm, $10

STOLEN JARS, ZULA, DINERS, REAL LIFE BUILDINGS, Union Pool (Brooklyn), 8pm. $10.

COLD FRONT, HOAN, LAYNE MONTGOMERY PAPER COMPANY, Alphaville (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10.

BLACK MARKET BRASS, MAYASTA RHYTHM BAND FEAT. MEMBERS OF SUPER YAMBA BAND, MOLLY TIGRE, C’mon Everybody (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8 – $10.

MATERIAL SUPPORT, SISTER MUNCH, HUASIPUNGO, CUSH D, Bar Matchless (Brooklyn), 8pm. $10 – $15.

MEGA BOG, FRANCIE COOL, POTTED PLAN (ROOFTOP SHOW), Our Wicked Lady (Brooklyn), 8pm. $10.

ST*RBUCKS OMBRE, XENIA RUBINOS, EMILY REO, VEXXED, ANNA ALTMAN, Silent Barn (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8 – $20.

PAINTED FACES, MUNKI, COSI E COSI, TREVOR, Trans-Pecos (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8 – $10.

SLEEPIES AND SODIUM BEAST RELEASE PARTY WITH CHAT LOGS AND C’YOTES, The Glove (Brooklyn), 9pm, $8.

PLEASURE JAMS FEAT. JKRIV, C’mon Everybody (Brooklyn), 11pm. $5 – $8.

COMEDY

CHARACTER FLAWED, Dangerfield’s Comedy Club, 5pm – 7pm, Free. RSVP.

NOTHING IMPORTANT FEAT. NERUDA WILLIAMS (HARLEM COMEDY FESTIVAL), DINA HASHEM (COMEDY CENTRAL), WANJIKO EKE (WITCH HUNT), MIKE LANGLEY (BILLIONAIRE BOOK CLUB PODCAST), DANNY RATHBUN (NANANANANA PODCAST), Friends and Lovers (Brooklyn), 7:30pm – 9:30pm. Free. RSVP.

KOBRA COMEDY SHOW FEAT. BRET RAYBOULD, JOSH TOLENTINO, MICHELLE SLONIM, ZAINAL BOSTAMAN, Froilan Cafe Lounge (Brooklyn), 8pm, Free. RSVP.

LUKE THAYER, ABBI CRUTCHFIELD, AARON KAMINOS-SMITH + GUESTS, Postmark Cafe (Brooklyn), 8pm. Free. RSVP.

POPPED COLLAR COMEDY SHOW FEAT. JOANNA BRILEY, DAMIAN HOLMES, HANNAH BOONE, ROBBY LEON, DAN WICKES, The Platform (Brooklyn), 8:30pm – 10:30pm. Free. RSVP.

BLACK CAT COMEDY, Black Cat (LES), 9:45pm. Free. RSVP.

CROSS THE BRIDGE COMEDY SHOW, 18 Wyckoff Avenue (Brooklyn), 11pm. Free. RSVP.

Sept. 28 (Thurs), SUPER NES CLASSIC PARTY, MDOU MOCTAR, TASTE OF ICELAND

mdou moctar
Mdou Moctar

THINGS TO DO

HUDSON YARDS FARMER’S MARKET, 7 Station Train Entrance (34th St.) in Hudson Park, 12pm – 6pm.

Buy fresh produce and prepared food at this weekly event. Free.

HUMAN CHESS, Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Riverside Park (UWS), 4pm – 6pm

Become your favorite game piece and navigate the chess board as a team sport. Free.

BRYANT PARK FALL BIRDING TOURS, Bryant Park (Midtown), 5pm – 6pm

Discover the surprising diversity of birds that call Bryant Park home during migratory season with guided tours. Event begins at Heiskell Plaza (42nd St. and Sixth Avenue). Free.

TASTE OF ICELAND COCKTAIL CLASS, Nitehawk Cinema (Brooklyn), 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Join Brennivin cocktail champion Kári Sigurðsson and National Reyka Vodka Brand Ambassador Trevor Schneider for an Icelandic cocktail class at the Nitehawk Cinema’s Lo-Res Bar before catching the Shortfish film screening. Free. First-come, first served.

Open Track Night, Icahn Stadium in Randall’s Island Park, 6pm – 8pm

This weekly event allows runners and walkers of all levels to use a world-class stadium. Free.

WORLD WAR I NEW YORK WITH KEVIN FITZPATRICK, Arsenal in Central Park (Midtown), 6pm – 8pm

Kevin Fitpatrick, author of World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War, will discuss New York’s role in America’s involvement in the war. Free. RSVP.

YOGA FLOW, North Lawn at 78th Street in Riverside Park, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Link mindful breathing with movement in this full spectrum yoga practice that includes modifications and intensifications depending on experience level. Free.

SAM SAX BOOK LAUNCH, Housing Works Bookstore (Soho), 7pm – 10pm

Author Sam Sax launches his new book Madness. With readings by Terrance Hayes and Patricia Smith. Free.

WILL & GRACE PREMIERE PARTY, Industry Bar (Hell’s Kitchen), 8pm – 11pm

Official premiere watching event for the return of Will & Grace organized by NBC. $10 suggested donation.

SUPER NES CLASSIC EDITION LAUNCH PARTY, Nintendo NYC, 9pm

At 4pm, the first 150 people in line will get a a ticket to the party and the chance to buy Super NES Classic Edition at midnight.

FILM

GROUNDHOG DAY (1993), Basketball Court in Carl Schurz Park (Yorkville), 7pm

HOCUS POCUS (1993), Hudson Park Fountains in Hudson Park (Midtown West), 7:30pm

SUPERGIRL ( DOCUMENTARY, 2016), SVA Theater (Chelsea), 7:30pm

THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS (2017), Owen F. Dolen Park (Bronx), 8pm

MUSIC

LAKE PEOPLE, LOVECRAFT, ANDREY PUSHKAREV, DEATH ON THE BALCONY AND DAVIS, The Brooklyn Mirage, 6pm. Free.

ATLAS BLOOM, BLACK DOG PROWL, CHNNLL, DOCTOR B, GON, Pianos (LES), 7pm, $8.

KENDRA MORRIS, The Garden Bar at South Street Seaport, 7pm. Free.

ELEPHANT FIRE, JEFF TAYLOR, SKY WHITE TIGER, FRANCIE MOON, Goldsounds (Brooklyn), 7pm. $8.

EHIOROBO, BRIC House TV Studio (Brooklyn), 7:30pm, Free. RSVP.

MDOU MOCTAR, David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center (Lincoln Square), 7:30pm. Free (limited unreserved seating).

MUSIC FOR FOOD WITH THE JUILLIARD STRING QUARTET, Broadway Presbyterian Church, 7:30pm, Free.

SASSY BLACK, MADISON MCFERRIN, MISS EAVES, C’mon Everybody (Brooklyn), $8pm, $10-$12.

A HELPING HAND FOR HOUSTON FEAT. FRANCIS HARRIS, NAVEEN G., FRANCIS CHOW AND NIHAL RAMCHANDANI, The Panther Room (Brooklyn), 10pm. Free.

COMEDY

DOGSLAM COMEDY FEAT. CONNER O’MALLEY, ANNIE DONLEY, ANDREW TISHER, MATT BARATS, CARMEN CHRISTOPHER, ETC., Brooklyn Bazaar, 7pm. Free. RSVP.

SCHOOL DAYS COMEDY AND TRIVIA NIGHT HOSTED BY AMINAH IMANI AND VON DECARLO, The Village Lantern, 7:30PM. Free. RSVP.

BODEGA CAT COMEDY FEAT. SAMANTHA RUDDY, COURTNEY FEARINGTON, KHALID RHAAMAN, CHRIS MILHOUSE AND ESTER STEINBERG, Offside Tavern (CHELSEA), 7:45PM, Free. RSVP.

SHINE BOX COMEDY FEAT. DAVE LESTER, COURTNEY MAGINNIS, DEREK HUMPHREY, JACKY BEREN AND ROSS PARSONS, Neir’s Tavern (Queens), 8pm. Free.

BOMB SHELTER COMEDY FEAT. DC BENNY (COMEDY CENTRAL), JUSTIN HERMAN (COMEDY CENTRAL), KENNY WARREN (COMICS CUTTING COMICS), JUSTIN ORGEL (EASTVILLE COMEDY CLUB), JEFF CERULLI (NBC, MTV, VH1), ETC., The Gaf West (Midtown), Free. RSVP.

LOWER EAST SIDE LAUGHS, Local 138 (LES), 8pm. Free. RSVP.

Sept. 27 (Wed), Moon Festival, Tribeca Art+Culture Night, Rehearsal for Truth

ian chang
Ian Chang releases his EP Spiritual Leader

THINGS TO DO

MOON FESTIVAL, Lost Battalion Hall Recreation Center (Queens), 9am – 2:30pm

Celebrate the beginning of the fall harvest season. Activities include a tai chi fan demonstration and cultural performances, dancing and a raffle. Breakfast and lunch provided. Free.

TRIBECA ART+CULTURE NIGHT, Various locations, 6pm. Free ($10-$30 for some events). RSVP.

This quarterly urban art festival will take place in more than 20 venues around Tribeca. Program includes, exhibitions, performances, talks and workshops. Tickets to artist talks and poetry readings are free. Guided tours and workshops cost $10 to $30.

PENGUIN BOOKS CELEBRATES BANNED BOOKS WEEK, Kate Werble Gallery (Lower Manhattan), 6pm, Free. RSVP.

Featuring readings of banned books by authors Karan Mahajan, Alex Gilvarry, Leopoldine Core and Danielle Lazarin. Wine will be served. Raffle tickets to be sold to benefit We Need Diverse Books.

SPUTNIK YOGA, Community Center (Brooklyn), 7pm

Bring your own mat. For all levels. Free. RSVP.

DRINK AND DRAW WEDNESDAY, The Living Gallery (Brooklyn), 7pm

There will be wine, drawing materials and a live figure drawing model. $10.

BROAD CITY TRIVIA, ESSEX (LES), 8pm – 9pm

Did you know that Bed Bath & Beyond coupons never expire? Familiar with “nature’s pocket?” If so, you’re ready to join five rounds of Broad City Trivia. Just don’t tell Bevers. Free. RSVP.

REHEARSAL FOR TRUTH THEATER FESTIVAL, OTTHON/ HOME (HUNGARY), Bohemian National Hall (UES), 8pm. Free. RSVP.

Hungarian play loosely based on The Pelican by August Strindberg. Show will be performed in Hungarian with English subtitles. Talk back session and after party after the show.

FILM

THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS (2017), Basketball Courts in Hamilton Fish Park (LES), 7pm

BASKETBALL DIARIES (1995), Brooklyn Bazaar, 8pm. Free. RSVP.

SPIRITS’ HOMECOMING (2016), YWCA (4207 Parsons Blvd., Queens), 6:40pm. Free. RSVP.

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (2016), New York City Baha’i Center (Greenwich Village), 6:30pm. Free. RSVP.

BLACK GIRL (1966, Senegal), Richard Beavers Gallery (Brooklyn), 7pm, $5 suggested donation

MUSIC

EHIOROBO & THE BOYO ORCHESTRA, HERRICK AND HOOLEY, LEON CHANG, Pianos (LES), 7pm, $8.

LES BICYCLETTES BLANCHES, NIHILOCEROS, FUNCRUSHER, TKR, DJ SUGARFREE BK, Sunnyvale (Brooklyn), 8pm. $10.

DUMP HIM, WORRIERS (SOLO), HARKIN, ESPEJOS, Silent Barn (Brooklyn), 9pm. $8-$20.

IAN CHANG RECORD RELEASE SHOW WITH RAHM, NINA MOFFITT, Baby’s All Right (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10.

KAT GANG, The Rose Club (Central Park South), 9pm. Free. RSVP.

ALEX SIMON’S GYPSY ENSEMBLE, St. Mazie Bar and Supper Club (Brooklyn), 9:30pm. Free. RSVP.

THE MOTHERS TOUNGES WITH GUEST XANDER FERREIRA, Baby’s All Right (Brooklyn), 11:30pm, $10.

COMEDY

COMEDIANS YOU SHOULD KNOW FEAT. JO FIRESTONE (FALLON), EMMA WILMANN (COLBERT), JORDAN TEMPLE (MTV), MIKE LEBOVITZ (LAST COMIC STANDING), DAVID DRAKE (CYSK NYC), The Gutter (Brooklyn), 8:30pm. $5.

WOMBAT: A COMEDY SHOW FEAT. JORDAN TEMPLE (MTV), CHANEL ALI (NIGHT TRAIN), CAITLIN PELUFFO (NBC) AND JEREMYAH SCHUR (WOMBAT). HOSTED BY DAVIDSON BOSWELL, BEN SIY-HIAN AND RANDALL OTIS, ReVision Lounge and Gallery (LES), 8pm. Free. RSVP.

CRUSHES, LOVES AND ONE-NIGHT STANDS: HOSTED BY RICHARD TOOMER AND ZILLA VODAS, The Footlight (Queens), 7:30pm. $5.

THE JUICE FEAT. SARAH TOLLEMACHE (COLBERT), CHRISTI CHIELLO (JUST FOR LAUGHS), PETER SMITH (THE DUPLEX), IKECHUKWU UFOMADU (IKE AT NIGHT) HOSTED BY CARMEN CHRISTOPHER AND CONNER O’MALLEY, Union Pool (Brooklyn), Doors 7pm/ Show 8pm, $5 advance, $7 at the door.

OMH PRESENTS: A WEEKLY COMEDY SHOW FEAT. LEAH BONNEMA, ANTHONY KAPFER, YUMI KORDOVSKY HOSTED BY VICTOR VARNADO (JIMMY KIMMEL), Old Man Hustle (LES), 8pm, Free. RSVP.

CHRISTIAN FINNEGAN SOLO SHOW, QED (Queens), 7:30pm, $7.

THE FANCY SHOW, The Douglass (Brooklyn), 8:30pm

COMEDY AT THE LANTERN, The Lantern (Greenwich Village), 8pm, Free. RSVP.

WITCHING HOUR, The Grisly Pear Comedy Club (Greenwich Village), $5.

HARLEM COMEDY COMPETITION SECOND ROUND, The Shrine (Harlem), $10.

Sept. 26 (Tues), Michael Chabon’s Moonglow, How to Eat Like a Samurai

monglowTHINGS TO DO

BRYANT PARK TAI CHI, Bryant Park, 7:30am – 8:30am

Class taught by teachers at Times Square martial arts school CK Chu Tai Chi. For all ages and experience levels. Free.

MEDITATION ON THE HIGH LINE, The High Line at 22nd Street, 8am – 9am

Start your Tuesdays off right guided mediations organized by the Integral Yoga Institute and Sivananda Yoga Vedanta.

ART GARFUNKEL BOOK SIGNING, Barnes & Noble Fifth Avenue (Midtown), 12:30pm – 2:30 pm

Art Garfunkel will sign copies of his book What is it all but Luminous: Notes from an Underground Man.

RENEE GLADMAN EXHIBITION OPENING, Poets House (Battery Park), 6pm – 8pm

Poet and novelist Renee Gladman launches her new exhibition Prose Architectures.

BODYROLL WORKOUT WITH VIVA, The Plaza at 66th Street (Riverside Park South), 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Join a ’90s-inspired dance aerobics class that promises to get you ‘suppa duppa fly’ (their words, not ours). Happens every Tuesday in September. Free.

HOW TO EAT LIKE A SAMURAI, Japan Society (Midtown East), 6:30pm

Kanna Hamiya, author of the Samurai Gourmet, talks about the ancient recipes and eating habits of Japan’s ancient military class. Moderated by chef Michael Romano.

MOONGLOW BOOK LAUNCH, Books are Magic (Brooklyn), 7:30pm – 8:30 pm

Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Chabon will discuss his latest book Moonglow with author Emma Straub.

PRESIDENTS CUP FAN EXPERIENCE, The Oculus (Lower Manhattan), 11am – 7pm

Immerse yourself in the excitement of the Presidents Cup even without a ticket. Join an effort to drive a golf ball around the world for charity and try the delicacies of Presidents Cup players’ home countries.

PRINCE STREET PODCAST, Dean and DeLuca (SoHo), 6:45pm – 8pm

Come see a live recording of the Prince Street Podcast with author Julia Turshen.

FILM

NO VIETNAMESE EVER CALLED ME N******, St. Agnes Branch of the New York Public Libary, 5pm – 6:30pm. Free.

WAKE IN FRIGHT/ TWELVE DARK NOONS W/ Q&A, Roxy Cinema (Tribeca), 8pm. Free. RSVP Needed.

MUSIC

ANDY SUZUKI AND THE METHOD, Mercury Lounge (LES), Doors 6:30pm, $10

TORRES LISTENING PARTY, Rough Trade (Brooklyn), 7pm, Free. RSVP Necessary.

PILOT VIOLET, BROKEN LUXURY, K. MARIE KIM, C’Mon Everybody (Brooklyn), 8pm, $10

SHAMIR, GOBBINJR, ZENIZEN, HYPOLUXO, Silent Barn (Brooklyn), Doors 8pm, $8 – $20

REBELMATIC (EP RELEASE), MAAFA, ANONYMOUS (AND ON I MUST), Bowery Electric (LES), 8pm, $8-$10

GHOST KING, DANCES, BOYO, MONS VI, Alphaville (Brooklyn), 8pm, $8

REANIMADORES, LOLA PISTOLA, PINK MEXICO, YAASSS, Saint Vitus (Brooklyn), 7pm, $8

SLAVIC SOUL PARTY, Barbes (Brooklyn), 9pm, $10