Things to do for September 25, 2014

The Weekender

High Times, Queen and Beer Oktoberfest

Number 2 on your scorecards, number 1 in your hearts—it’s the weekend.

Thursday
A Smoky Celebration at the Wythe
THE SHOW

A Smoky Celebration at the Wythe

For some causes, you pull out all the stops: games, well-known comedians, world-class burlesque. For example, some magazine called High Times is bringing all of that to Wythe Cinema tonight. Their cause must be really important.

Sep 25, 8pm, Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Ave (between 11th and 12th), Brooklyn, 718-460-8000

Friday
What You Need for 90% Off
THE SALE

What You Need for 90% Off

Sweater season has descended with great vengeance and furious anger. Patrik Ervell makes a hell of a sweater. Ergo, you should get one or three from him, and you should get them for almost nothing. It’s just basic fairness.

Sep 26-28, Patrik Ervell sample sale, 35 Howard St, 4th Fl (between Lafayette and Bowery), 646-912-9083

Saturday
The Greatest Rock Photos of All Time
THE ART DATE

The Greatest Rock Photos of All Time

Mick Rock: the guy certainly has a way with pointing cameras at rock stars. (Probably because of his name.) Related: his most iconic shots are on display in Tribeca right now—starring Madonna, Queen, Bowie and more. Not that you really need more.

Through Oct 19, Sumo, 37 Walker St (between Broadway and Church), 917-450-5634

Works of Art... in Bed
THE CARELESS WHISPER

Works of Art... in Bed

If you guessed that this was going to be about a performance art exhibit where you get into a bed and a woman whispers some highly personal things in your ear... nailed it. (Also: that’s just eerie.)

Oktoberfesting the Hell Out of Oktober
THE CONTEST

Oktoberfesting the Hell Out of Oktober

You know Radegast. In Williamsburg. Has beer. Really German. And so, for Oktoberfest, they’re doing a couple classic Saturdays of gratis pig roasts, kegs and straight-armed mug-holding competitions. Yeah, we just said that last one like it was a normal thing.

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