The joke is that 420 is the weed number.
This weekend is April 20, one of the high holy days for marijuana consumption. Those who indulge in the increasingly-less-illegal (but still banned in New York) substance have a few options for entertaining themselves, aside from just, like, really looking at their hands, man.
On Friday night at 8 p.m., the cooler-than-thou Cooler Gallery (22 Waverly Ave. between Flushing and Park avenues in Fort Greene, thegr
On Saturday, celebrate the Green Day by going to a green space! The Soul Tribe Network plans to meet at the Prospect Park Carousel (enter on Flatbush Avenue at Empire Boulevard) at 11:11 a.m. on April 20, and then “let the universe lead the way,” as they roam Prospect Park and clean up trash, before heading to a smoke-friendly second location for an after-party.
In the evening, head to Coney Island for a celebration of the least accurate film ever made about marijuana use: “Reefer Madness!” This terrible propaganda film from the 1930s has been newly colorized, so you can mock the over-the-top acting while experiencing a full sensory overload. Tonight’s screening at Sideshows by the Seashore (1208 Surf Ave. at W. 12th St. in Coney Island, www.coney
If this weekend of indulgence makes you want to cut back, buy a ticket now for next weekend’s special screening “Spoons, Toons, and Booze Says No to Drugs!” at the Nitehawk Cinema Prospect Park (188 Prospect Park West at 14th Street in Park Slope, niteh
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