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Lands of enchantment: Spencer Olsen’s work visits Blackbird this month.
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Further Lands Spencer Olsen presents his otherworldly drawings, paintings, collages, prints and sculptural works based on exploration of all kinds. September 4-30; opening reception September 4, 6-10 p.m., Blackbird Studios.

Mickey & Worm The Sci Fi Center goes full noir with this Intervision Entertainment production about broken hearts and broken dreams, featuring a failed boxer, a weary grifter and a young nightclub singer not as innocent as she looks. September 4 & 5, 7 p.m.; September 6, 2 p.m., $29.



Darkswoon Whimsical, dark (natch) and emotive, Portland’s self-proclaimed “electrohaze” duo layers cool vocals, fuzzy reverb and gigantic beats perfect for an intimate setting like the Hard Hat Lounge. With Kella Bo Bella, Monogrim, DJ Athenas. September 6, 8 p.m., $6.

The Psychedelic Furs & The Church Whether you’re more excited to hear “Pretty in Pink” or “Under the Milky Way,” you’ll surely get to hear both (and then some) when the ’80s alt-rock giants take over the Brooklyn Bowl stage. September 8, 8 p.m., $30-$35.


Kevin Hart & Friends Comedy All Stars The ubiquitous comedian returns for another round of Hartbeat Weekend, which encompasses his two guest-laden shows at the Cosmopolitan’s Chelsea and, technically, his hosting duties at Drake’s sold-out poolside concert, too. September 5, 7 & 10:30 p.m., $50-$125.


Dinner His Way Made L.V. hosts a variety of chef-friends of Kerry Simon for a truly warm meal of some of Simon’s favorite dishes, including Iron Chef sliders, classic meatloaf and the infamous junk food platter. Proceeds benefit the Kerry Simon Fight MSA program and Keep Memory Alive. September 9, 6:30 p.m., $59, Tivoli Village, reservations at 702-722-2000.

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