WEEK OF MARCH 10, 2014
Tibet House Benefit
at Carnegie Hall | This year the star-packed benefit includes performances by Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, composer Nico Muhly, synth-poppers New Order, and members of the National, among others.
at Mercury Lounge | Hear the Brit folk duo.
What I Did For Love
at UCB East | Liven up your love life with UCB.
Legion of Skanks
at The Creek and The Cave | Hosts Big Jay Oakerson, Luis Gomez, and Dave Smith talk a lot of smack and get a lot of laughs in their weekly stand-up and podcast show.
Pop-Ups From Prague
at Grolier Club | Infiltrate this usually members-only literary townhouse for an exhibit of Czech paper engineer and graphic artist Vojtech Kubasta’s popup books.
The City in Transition
at Howard Greenberg | An exhibition of photographs by Berenice Abbott and Charles Marville documenting now vanished streets and landmarks in NYC.
at David Zwirner | The Glasgow-based sculptor presents a large-scale powder floor and a cellophane window, both made specifically for the space, as well as hanging and standing works made from paper.
Day of the Dog
at 59E59 Theaters | A couple hires a dog specialist to treat their dog’s violent behavior and learn that they might be at fault.
Take it Personal: The Hip Hop Improv Show
at UCB East | Every week, Hot 97’s Cipha Sounds exploits the connection between hip-hop and improv to comedic end.
at 92nd Street Y | The three-time Grammy Award winning jazz bassist and vocalist closes out the Soul Jazz Festival.