Now that Valentine’s Day is over, Brooklyn Bowl says welcome to heartbreak. Don’t worry, the rest of your weekend won’t make you sad at all!
Imma let you finish—but we need to remind you that soul singer Remember Jones is performing Kanye West’s entire 808s & Heartbreak album with a 25-piece band this weekend, and it’s going to be epic. Friday, February 15; Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg
Cole Porter’s beloved musical dips backstage at a touring production of musical comedy Kiss Me, Kate!, where life imitates art in the wrangling of the leading man and lady. Those tuneful lovers are played by delightful troupers Kelli O’Hara and Will Chase. Through Saturday, June 2; Studio 54, 254 West 54th Street (between Broadway and Eighth Avenue), Midtown
Eating & Drinking
You’ve eaten plenty of hot-pot dishes to get you through hibernation season; now learn how to make one. Chef and Japanese culinary consultant Junzo Miyajima will walk you through the basics of nabe, from building a great stock to deciding which ingredients to throw into it. Saturday, February 16; 1–3 p.m.; 57 Warren Street (between West Broadway and Church Street), Tribeca
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Parasitologist and American Museum of Natural History curator Mark Siddall hosts the museum’s Milstein Science Series: The Layers of the Ocean, which will take a look at the science behind each of the water’s five “zones.” Enjoy a virtual reality experience, a 45-foot inflated replica of a drilling vessel, and group discussions about the sea led by scientists. Sunday, February 17; 11 a.m.–4 p.m.; American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West and West 79th Street, Upper West Side
Wellness (and Chocolate!)
Cultivate levels of connection and intimacy through the ceremonial workings of cacao during this post–Valentine’s Day heart-centric workshop, led by Reiki master and intuitive healer Kelly Keefe. Friday, February 15; 7–9 p.m.; Anima Mundi Apothecary, 31 Noble Street, Greenpoint
Intergalactic aerial acrobatics, alien dancers, infinity installations—House of Yes reaches for the stars (and more) to put on its next extra-special, and extraterrestrial, late-night party extravaganza, Gala Galactica. Saturday, February 16; 10 p.m.–4 a.m.; House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Avenue, Bushwick