Looking for something to do this weekend?
Find your inner Sherlock Holmes as you search for Banksy in the act!
As part of his new residency “Better Out Than In” Banksy is traveling all around NYC creating 31 new pieces during the month of October, and even having unannounced art sales on the streets. Unsuspecting passer-bys are purchasing works of art by a famous artist for knockoff prices. For those of you in-the-know, when you come across a Banksy graffiti piece, there will be a number next to it. Dial 1-800-656-4271, type in the corresponding number, and listen to the audio guide. Maybe you’ll even come across another unannounced sale. For pictures of his new pieces, go to the Banksy website.
Vegetarians beware this is for bacon lovers only!
The 5th annual Brooklyn Bacon Takedown is hitting the Bell House (149 7th St.) once again. On Saturday October 19th, celebrate all things bacon. Featuring over 20 local bacon recipes, amateur chefs and self-taught cooks making tasty creations with everyones favorite menu item. Bacon is not limited to being just a side anymore. It’s a topping on ice cream, mixed in to our favorite meals, and infused into our favorite desserts.
Treat yourself to some deep relaxation during Spa Week!
Hundreds of spa and wellness locations discount many of their full-service spa treatments to an affordable $50. Book your spa treatments now at the event website, and enjoy a 50-minute Thai massage, a 60-minute mani-pedi, or even a 50-minute facial.
Martine Fougeron: Teen Tribe at Hermés 10/17-11/8 691 Madison Ave Mon-Sat 10PM-6PM
Musée de la danse: Three Collective Gestures at MoMA 10/18-11/3 11 West 53 St.
Lasting Images at Guggenheim 10/14-1/12 1071 5th Ave
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Vision in Pursuit of the Best in the Arts of Africa, Oceania,and the Americas at the Metropolitan Museum of Art 10/8/13-10/5/14 1000 5th Ave
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