Inspired by long time East Village resident Allen Ginsberg's epic poem, the HOWL! Festival was founded in 2003 and continues to preserve and advance the culture and counterculture unique to the East Village and Lower East Side. The festival will open on Friday at 4:30 pm with a group reading of Howl and will continue throughout the weekend with activities for all ages, click here for more information.
Tompkins Square Park
500 East 9th Street, New York, NY
May 31 - June 2, 2013
Take a walk on the wild side to see the transformation of Bunker Hill and the Central Business District's skyscrapers, plazas and public art. This hour-and-a-half walking tour makes stops at the elegant Beaux Arts Biltmore Hotel, the Central Library, our very own The Standard, Downtown LA, and the Wells Fargo Center.
Los Angeles Conservancy
523 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, June 1 2013 at 2 pm
[Tickets](https://secure2.convio.net/lac/site/Ecommerce?storeid=1901&VIEWHOMEPAGE=true&FOLDER=0&TYPE=&NAME=&JServSessionIdr004=qkgk7jebl5.app210a) are $10
Jillian Mayer is known for eclectic video installations that compress virtual, cinematic and physical space. Building on her short film #PostModem, this exhibition will feature sculptural and installation work satirically exploring the concept of a technological singularity, the theoretical moment in time when the boundary between human and machine no longer exists.
3852 North Miami Avenue Miami, FL
Now until June 19, 2013
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm