Weekend Warrior: Our Kick-Ass Guide

Get a head start on your weekend plans with this week's edition of Weekend Warrior!
Tribeca Tricks And Treats And Freaks—GrandLife presents a freak-filled night for their notorious Halloween bash. We're talking The Misshapes, Harley and Cassie, Chrissie Miller, and hosts Timo Weiland, Mandy Coon, Frank Tell and oh so many more. Costumes mandatory, you little spooks.
The Overlook Hotel Halloween Party, Saturday, October 30, from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Tribeca Grand, 2 Avenue of Americas (at White Street). 212-519-6600.
Jesus Trumps Halloween—If you think church is a chore, we're shaking up your heavenly priorities. St. John's Lutheran Church just unveiled David Foote's tenderific art renditions of Madonna and Child. They're dark, they're deep, they're, dare we say, a little devilish?
David Foote's Madonna and Child, Wednesday, October 27 through Saturday, November 27.
St. John's Lutheran Church, 81 Christopher Street (At Bleecker Street). 212-242-5737.
Bust-A-Move—Pack some ritalin, this two day V Magazine art event with artist and fashion designer collaborations is a lot to handle. Expect the likes of Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Rodarte paired up with artists such as David Blaine, Ryan McNamara, and Terence Koh. If you've got FOMO, stop reading our guide—this happs will be more than enough to handle.
Move! At MoMa PS1, Saturday, October 30 to Sunday, October 31, from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
MoMa PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue (at 46th Avenue); Long Island City. 718-784-2084.
Sample Me This—Join boutique Assembly New York at their old location for a pre-Halloween sample sale blowout. Expect delicious duds from Creatures of Comfort, Mandy Coon, Tom Scott and more. Consider it a costume break.
Assembly New York Sample Sale, Now through October Saturday, October 30, from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Assembly New York, 174 Ludlow Street (at Stanton Street); no phone.
Project Runway—Pioneers of the "Style Wars", House of Diehl is throwing a Halloween battle for those brave enough to think they have the best costume. Hosts include the beloved Phillip Bloch, Bijules, and many more zany peeps. Make. It. Work.
Secret Style Wars Party at W Hotel, October 30, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
W Hotel, 542 Lexington Avenue (at 49th Street). 212-755-1200.
Digital Digital Get Down—It's the Twitter Age folks, and it was only a matter of time before there was a whole new type of artist. Now you can check out the newest wave at this rad exhibit that showcases up-and-coming women who use digital culture to establish a career in photography. A must for those who advocate women to pave their own way in today's digital age. That's you, girl!
Women Photographers Emerging in Digital Culture, Thursday, October 28, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Art+Culture+Editions, 300 West 22nd (at 8th Avenue); 212-675-5804.
Vintage David Bowie—Holy sh*t! Remember this flick? Bowie, Jennifer Connelly, that Within You song...dope. Well, anyone hankering for a blast from the blast instead of trick-or-treating can watch this cult-classic AND sing along to the trippy tunes. If that's not enough, a costume competition and free beer will round out this scary night-in! We're still spooked by the Goblin King.
92Y Tribeca Fright Fest, Friday, October 29 at 10 p.m.
92Y Tribeca Theater, 200 Hudson Street (at Vestry Street); 212-601-1000.
Something For The Kiddies, Too—Even if you don't have kids, you can behave like one at our favorite street fair. Yep, yep, the Seward Park Co-op is teaming up with the Hester Street Fair for a frightful Halloween parade and carnival fit for the whole family. Start your night a little early—participants will meet up at the Emigrant Savings Bank for the East Broadway parade; the carnival subsequently begins at 3 p.m. for an afternoon of face painting, pumpkins, goodie bags and more. Watch out for strollers!
The Grand Halloween Carnival, Sunday, October 31 at 2 p.m.
Seward Park Cooperative, 413 Grand Street (at Clinton Street); 212-979-1480.

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