Tips for Today: Sarah Silverman in NYC + Fiona Apple in L.A. + Juno Díaz in Chicago + Cate le Bon in London

Hazel Cills
New York

Former Paper cover girl, Sarah Silverman (fun fact! Lena Dunham actually wrote the story on her back 2010) headlines BAM's new free (free!) comedy series, "Get It Out There," tonight. She'll be joined by Nick Turner Katina Corrao The Lucas Brothers Brent Sullivan. [via BAM]

Stockholm girl-girl electro-pop duo Icona Pop, responsible for the deliriously catchy "I Love It," and who've been making the Fashion Week party rounds over the past several days, stop by to headline Santos Party House tonight, where they'll play alongside DJ sets courtesy of Heartsrevolution and Punches. [via Oh My Rockness]

Brooklyn-based artist Kate Steciw presents "Boundless Hyper," a series of jarring, digitally-manipulated photos inspired by the aesthetic of e-commerce, opening tonight at Toomer Labzda. [via ArtCat]

Emily Books, the meticulously-curated indie e-bookstore founded by Emily Gould and Ruth Curry, are celebrating their 1st year anniversary tonight! They're throwing a birthday party and reading featuring authors like Emily Carter and Tamara Faith Berger at WORD Brooklyn. [via Time Out]


Catch Dick van Dyke, yes, that Dick van Dyke, perform with a cappella group the Vantastix tonight at a benefit for the Malibu Stage Company. [via L.A. Weekly]


Pulitzer-Prize winning author Junot Díaz, he of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao fame, will read and discuss his new collection of stories, This Is How You Lose Her, which follow the misadventures of a philandering Dominican-American named Yunior, at Chase Auditorium. [Flavorpill]


The witchy Welsh singer Cate le Bon, on the heels of her latest spooky-folky album Cyrk, is performing at Electrowerkz tonight. [Time Out]

A series of rarely-seen limited edition prints produced in the studio of Robert Motherwell -- the late American abstract expressionist painter who rolled with the Jackson Pollack, Mark Rothko, William de Kooning crew -- are on view starting tonight at Bernard Jacobson Gallery. [via Zing]

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