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Editor’s Picks!!!…11.07-11.09

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Friday 11.07

Sir Roger Moore

Best known for his role as the sexy secret agent 007 in the James Bond series (and for fucking Grace Jones), Sir Roger Moore is back with autobiography My World is My Bond. Hear Moore recount his extraordinary career spanning over seven decades, from early television to Hollywood, personal history about family life, and his battle with cancer.

Barnes & Noble, 555 Fifth Ave at 46th St, 212-697-3048, 12:30pm, free

Made at Webster Hall: Sasha

One-half of legendary UK DJ team Sasha and Digweed is currently mixing single. For a while now Sasha has been trying to make a name for himself as a solo DJ (not a good move if you ask us). Tonight he’s back in NYC spinning tracks from new release Invol2ver– a double cd, one with remixes by Thom Yorke, Apparat, Ladytron, and the other, a lo-fi gritty New York inspired extended mixtape.

Webster Hall, 125 E 11th St bet Third and Fourth Aves, 212-353-1600, 10pm, $30,

Otto; or, Up With Dead People

Controversial gay film-maker Bruce LaBruce screens his latest flick Otto; or, Up With Dead People– about a young zombie who appears on a remote highway, has no idea where he came from, and ends up hitching a ride to Berlin where he eventually meets up with an ex-boyfriend, resulting in a devastating situation.

IFC Center, 323 Sixth Ave at 3rd St, 212-924-7771,

Smashing Pumpkins

90s alt-rock band Smashing Pumpkins are trying to put all that Cobain, Courtney, Corgan ménage stuff behind them. Tonight at least two of the original band members play hits and new material in anticipation of Pumpkins’ big screen documentary premier If All Goes Wrong on Nov 11.

United Palace Theatre, 4140 Broadway at 175th St, 212-685-1414, 8pm, $49-$89

Saturday 11.08

QxBxRx (Queers, Beers & Rears)

Looks like punk twinks are making a comeback at this monthly queer rock party. Tonight’s edition features live bands Edie Sedgwick & the Brunettes, the Cummies, DJ Baby Donut, and resident spinstars Sir Loins, Go-Karff, and A. Martini. Come early!…gets sweaty wet in that basement.

Cake Shop, 152 Ludlow St bet Rivington and Stanton Sts, 212-253-0036, 11pm, $6,

Sunday 11.09

Justin Bond: Rites!

Performance artist Justin Bond of the infamously strange lounge-act Kiki and Herb premieres her new solo act Justin Bond: Rites– a sondtrack to the trans-neo pagan revolution.

Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St bet Astor Pl and E 4th St, 212-539-8778, 9:30pm, $20 plus $12 min at tables,

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