Weekend Warrior: Our Official Cheat-Sheet


David Kirsch at Space NK—Get your butt in gweear this weekend with fitness guru David Kirsch at Bloomingdale's Space NK. Kirsch will be leading his "Butt Camp" workout routine, which is a series of exercises to designed to sculpt, shape or shrink the bum, during two thirty minute sessions. Stick around afterwards and get a one-on-one consultation with the trainer for tips on how to get gorgeous inside and out. Make sure to book early—these sessions are limited to 30 participants at a time!
Saturday, October 16, 12p.m. and 2p.m., $100 applicable fee toward product purchase, Space NK at Bloomingdale's, 1000 Third Avenue (at 59th Street); 212-705-2772.


Spa Week—The change of seasons can be a little rough on the skin—so what better time for New York Spa Week to commence? All weekend long, more than 80 Manhattan spas will be offering top-of-the-line spa treatments. Chose from massages, facials, manis, pedis, waxes, you name it—and we're pretty certain you'll be feeling as fresh as a spring morning. It's a bit of a splurge—treatments start at $50—but does looking good really have a price-tag?
Monday, October 11th to Sunday, October 17th. Visit the Spa Week website for specific locations and information.

Amivectio x Triko Pop Up Shop—Day in and day out, a cool graphic tee will always stand the test of time. Amivectio, makers of hard-to-find shirts with unique, smart, and savvy designs, are bringing their wares to a two-day-only pop-up sale on Elizabeth Street. The best news? You'll save up to 75% on the goods. Tee-riffic (sorry, we couldn't help ourselves).
Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17, from noon to 6 p.m., Amivectio x Triko Pop Up Store, 259 Elizabeth Street (at East Houston Street).

Built By Wendy Shopping Parties—Join BBW this weekend at either one of their 2 NYC boutiques for discounts and drinks. Head downtown for wine tonight (who says the weekend has to start on Friday?) and go to Williamsburg on Saturday for muffins and prosecco. Both events offer a 30% discount on the new fall '10 collection. We love gettin' built...
Thursday, October 14, 6p.m. to 9p.m., 7 Centre Market Place (between Broome and Grand streets); 212-925-6538. Saturday, October 16, 10a.m. to 1p.m., 46 North 6th Street (between Wythe and Kent streets); 718-384-2882.


STADJ at Spice Market—STADJ and Spice Market are teaming up to bring you music from special guest model DJs every Thursday and Friday. Dine on Jean Georges' Asian street cuisine and sip exotic specialty cocktails as models spin an array pop, word and electro tunes.
Thursdays and Fridays weekly, 9p.m. to 1a.m., Spice Market, 403 West 13th Street (at 9th Ave); 212-675-2322.

The Big Waltz at Lincoln Center—Head to Lincoln Center for the first-ever Dance Austria! this Saturday. A dazzling event celebrating the Viennese Waltz, the performance will include a mix of dancers from Austria and New York as well as a host of special guests and even giveaways. Best of all, take the stage with the dancers as a part of the finale! Sure beats DWTS.
Saturday, October 16th, 5:30p.m. to 8p.m., Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center, West 63rd Street (at Columbus Avenue), free available here.

Portraits Exhibition—Works by Italian street-art duo Sten and Lex, who are thought of as pioneers in the art of stencil graffiti, are coming Brooklyn this weekend for the Brooklynite Gallery's fall exhibition, Portraits. Don't miss this opportunity to see these works up close that are usually only seen from fall away. New York street artist Gaiai will also be showing his two series of portraits, called "Sunsets" and "Legacy," for the exhibit. No word on whether Bansky will be there.
Opening Saturday, October 16th, 7p.m., at Brooklynite Gallery, 334 Malcolm X Boulevard (at Bainbridge Street); 347-405-5976.

Mayer Hawthorne & The Country with The Heavy at Bowery Ballroom—Get your music fix this weekend with a trip to Webster Hall to see Mayer Hawthorne & The Country. Detroit-native Hawthorne sold out a bunch of dates in NYC back in the summer and, with Mark Ronson as one of his biggest fans, this guy is bound to become a household name with his mix of retro sounding, jazz influenced tunes. Opening up is British band The Heavy who are sure to blow you away as well. We told you here first.
Sunday, October 17th, doors at 7p.m., show at 8p.m., Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey Street (between Bowery and Chrystie); 212-533-2111, $20.