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Along with some previously mentioned events: The Whiz: Obamaland, our weekly music picks, a couple art gallery events and Yevgeniy Fiks’ opening, we have a few more suggestions for a sunny weekend on the Lower East Side.  If you have an event you would like us to know about, please email us here.

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Rooftop Films is back on the Lower East Side at the Open Road Rooftop this weekend, both Friday and Saturday night. This evening they will present New York Non-Fiction: “Scratches, beats, and elegies from New York City.” Tomorrow night they are screening a special sneak preview of Lovers of Hate, a film by Bryan Poyser about sibling rivalry taken to an absurd extreme.  The film was well-received at Sundance and South by Southwest and is being distributed by IFC Films.  $10 // 8pm // 350 Grand St. // Live music precedes both screenings // After party with open bar at Fontana’s afterwards.

Dutch artist Nicoline van Harskamp will present the US premiere of Expressive Power Series Part 1: Max Bonner on the Phenomenology of Speech (2010) at The New Museum tonight. Offering a new performance that builds upon an expansive body of work focused on politics and language. $10 Members, $12 General Admission // 7pm // 235 Bowery.

This weekend’s Midnight Movie at the Sunshine is one of the first (and best) Scorsese/De Niro classics (with a young Jodi Foster, to boot), Taxi Driver.  $9.99 // midnight // 143 E. Houston.

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