Eight Items or Less: Doveman's at the Kitchen, Snoop's Coming to Brooklyn & A Clip of the Weirdest Ad Ever
1. As part of their Brucennial, currently being held at 350 W. Broadway through April 12, wily art collective the Bruce High Quality Foundation is screening "The Show Must Go On," their homage to the moving image. It starts at 6 p.m. Sunday.
2. Project White T-Shirt -- a fundraiser for Designers Against AIDS in which white t-shirts are reinterpreted by 31 designers including Bruno Pieters, Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, and Kostas Murkudi -- are bringing their collection of shirts to L.A. gallery Space 15 Twenty for the exhibition "Planet White T-Shirt." The opening is tomorrow night from 7-9 p.m.
3. Spike Jonze's robot love story, I'm Here, is now online in its entirety!
4. Tomorrow is "Macaron Day" in NYC (A Macaron is like a fancy, French version of whoopie pies). Here's a list of bakeries that are giving them away for free.
5. It's perfect weather for biking around the city and Brooklyn bike shop Ride Brooklyn couldn't agree more. Starting today through Sunday, they're hosting Spring Cycling, featuring a bike sale, clinics, and guest speakers to keep you in the know.
6. Watch this Japanese commercial for potato chips with the sound down. Laugh and/or cry! Repeat as often as necessary through out your day.
7. After he gets done playing Perez Hilton's SXSW party tomorrow, Snoop Dogg's heading to Williamsburg to play Brooklyn Bowl. Huh. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at noon. [Ticketfly.com]
8. Thomas Bartlett, or Doveman, is playing tonight at the Kitchen. The set is divided into two parts: First, he'll perform with Nico Muhly as part of side project Peter Pears, and then he'll play tracks from his album, The Conformist, with his band, which includes guitar virtuoso Sam Amidon. [The Kitchen]