Wes Anderson's Worlds
Where: Museum of Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue, Queens; (718) 777-6888
When: Friday-May 27
Wes Anderson's much-anticipated "Moonrise Kingdom" may have premiered miles away at the Cannes Festival, but luckily for you, the Museum of Moving Image is just a quick train ride away. Celebrate some of the whimsical filmmaker's best with screenings of "Rushmore," "The Royal Tenenbaums," and "Bottle Rocket."
The Great GoogaMooga Festival
Where: Prospect Park, Brooklyn
When: Saturday and Sunday, 11AM-9PM
Price: Only ExtraGooga available $249.50
It's GoogaMooga eve, so we're guessing you've been shut out of freebie tickets for the foodie event of the year, but if you're willing to shell out for ExtraMooga, now's your chance! The VIP access gets you all-inclusive food and drinks from a stellar list of vendors that include Big Gay Ice Cream, Red Rooster Harlem, The Spotted Pig, and many more. For more on what ExtraMooga entails, check it out here.
Lit Crawl Brooklyn
Where: Starts at Zombie Hut, 273 Smith Street, Brooklyn; (718) 875-3433
When: Saturday, 6PM
While foodies gather in Prospect Park for Googa festivities, the city's bibliophiles have their own cultural event with Lit Crawl NYC. The fifth annual crawl takes place in Cobble Hill for an evening loaded with cocktails, readings, and even a literary caberet.
Brooklyn Flea Record Fair
Where: Smorgasburg, East River Waterfront (btw. North 6 + 7 St.)
When: Saturday, 11AM-6PM
The city's top Indie labels and vintage record dealers provide a "cream of the crop" collection of the city's best records for Brooklyn Flea's Record Fair taking place this Saturday in Williamsburg, an excellent bonus to the already awesome Smorgasburg.
BBQ at Sycamore
Where: Sycamore Bar, 1118 Cortelyou Road, Brooklyn; (347) 240-5850
When: Saturday, 12PM-6PM
Ditmas Park's favorite watering hole (and flower shop) opens its doors to celebrate specialty beers from California with a day of outdoor barbecuing.
Where: Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street; (212) 353-1600
When: Sunday, 8PM
Closing out the weekend is comedian and musician Reggie Watts who takes to the stage at Webster Hall for a night of unpredictable performances for the perfect blend of laughs and unique musicianship. Watch below: