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Things to do for October 04, 2012
Giant Jenga, Snowboarding and Cotton Candy
The weekend. There is no debate.
You’ve seen this quirky Russian-born camera before. It’s known for its supersaturated hues and tough-as-nails exterior. Lesser-known attribute: throwing one hell of an opening party for its galleries. Look for hot dogs, pizza, beer and more hipster-posing than an American Apparel catalog.
A Stylish Party to Greet Fall
In a twist on the old model-works-as-waiter formula, this Haberdash party has models working as chefs. Fortunately, the models are Bill Kim, Art Smith and Tony Mantuano—who can be found posing in the store’s new fall lookbook and making canapés. Try that, Marcus Schenkenberg.
A Movie Premiere in a Snowboard Shop
Snowboarding season. It’s coming. To get you acclimated, Burton’s hosting a party for the premiere of Thirteen, a hyperkinetic documentary featuring the world’s best snowboarders. Best part: afterward, they’ll have beer and bourbon on hand. For all your après-snowboarding needs.
Your Fun New Late-Night Paella Party
The scene at Tavernita takes one step closer to becoming the new Ibiza with a super-late-night Saturday melee. For its kickoff, it’s got a DJ from Vegas, sangria and a limited number of paellas. Paella is the new Red Bull.
Liquor-y Cotton Candy, Sausage and Hay
Bangers & Lace celebrates its two-year anniversary by turning Paulina Street into a county fair. Your entry gets you 25 tickets to spend on pheasant sausage, rye punch, Fernet-Branca cotton candy and pumpkin funnel cakes. There’s also giant Jenga, in case you’re feeling super-steady.