The Week Ahead: 10 Things To Do And See

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1. I'm Still Here—Casey Affleck is debuting his directorial chops in this documentary film on mysterious actor Joaquin Phoenix's foray into the world of rap—an unlikely transition that we're so curious to see! (Everywhere)
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2. LA Times Food and Wine Festival —To all you foodies on the West Coast, be sure to get a ticket for this all-day culinary extravaganza, which will even feature a concert by She & Him. (L.A.)
3. Levi's x Opening Ceremony 2nd collection —Keep an eye out for the 2nd collaboration from Levi's and Opening Ceremony, which elevates rough chic to a whole new level. (Everywhere)
4. John Waters @ Brooklyn Book Festival —Don't miss out on this exclusive event with John Waters, where he will be discussing his new book Role Models, which chronicles the lives of several vivacious characters—both unheard of and famous. (NYC)
5. Big Boi Concert @ Brooklyn Bowl —We'll be saying Hey Ya to Big Boi, when this rapper and member of hip hop duo OutKast puts on what's bound to be a killer show. (NYC)
6. U.S. Open Men's and Women's Singles Finals —It's that time of year again to watch the world's best in tennis sweat, grunt, and battle it out for the winning title. (Everywhere)
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7. New Interpol Album —We've been waiting for what feels like forever to hear more original tunes from these New York-based rockers. Their latest album drops September 7. (Everywhere)
8. Howl! Festival —Support your downtown artistic community and come check out this festival. With three jampacked days of poetry, music, and dance acts, you won't be hard-pressed to find creative inspiration. (NYC)
9. Fashion's Night Out —You've been living under a rock if you haven't yet heard of this 2nd annual party, when hundreds of NYC retailers, designers, and fashion fans will be hosting events to support the fashion industry. (Everywhere)
10. Fashion Week—And how could we not end this list with the event of the month? We're ecstatic to see what some of our favorite designers forecast for the spring, and we are equally eager to see collections from the new emerging designers. (NYC)
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