The Week Ahead: 10 Things To Do And See

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1. i-D Turns 30i-D is celebrating their 30th birthday with a triple threat of covers: Lady Gaga, Kate Moss, and Naomi Campbell. (Everywhere)
2. "Underground Pop" at Southampton's Parrish Art Museum—The Southampton art spot presents "Underground Pop" on August 15, 2010. Check out curator David Pagel's hot new show at one of Long Island's coolest Museums. (New York)
3. Friday the 13th—Get out your rabbit's foot, this Friday is Friday the 13th. (Everywhere)
4. Poketo at Target—Poketo launches at Target, which means you can finally get all the adorable totes and wallets for well under 30 bucks. (Los Angeles)
5. Martin Amis at Barnes & Noble—British literary giant Martin Amis is speaking at Union Square's Barnes & Noble on August 11, at 7 p.m.. Listen as The Pregnant Widow-author discusses his epic life in letters. (New York)
6. Wassiac Project Free Arts and Music Festival—Need an excuse to get out of town? Hop on MetroNorth and head to Wassiac NY Free Festival, which features the Luyas and 26 other bands from August 13 to 15. (New York)
7. Los Angeles Folk Festival—The new Los Angeles Folk Festival, featuring L.A. Ladies Choir, is playing this weekend. Don't miss the chance to see Becky Stark and Frankie Rayder harmonize. (Los Angeles)
8. Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World OpensScott Pilgrim Vs. The World starring Michael Cera and a villainous Jason Schwartzman comes out this Friday, August 13. (Everywhere)
9. Flipping Out Season Premiere—Everyone's favorite Bravo-lebrity and OCD house flipper, Jeff Lewis, is back with Flipping Out which debuts this Tuesday, August 10, at 9 p.m. We can't tell you how much we missed Jenni and Zoila. (Everywhere)
10. Mummies at the California Science Center—Get your Egyptology on at the California Science Center's new Mummy exhibit. (Los Angeles)

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