Just because it's getting cold out doesn't give you the right to act like a hermit. This weekend's round-up will keep you nice and cozy.
[Art] Today's the last day to experience art in front of Jesus Christ! 1) All of the Above--The Big Question Answered? group art show ends today. On view all day, at Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Upper West Side, free.
[Talks] Former lead singer and songwriter for The Kinks Ray Davies talks about his new book Americana with DJ Pierre Robert. At 7 p.m., Barnes & Noble, Union Square, free.
[Art] Party + Art + DJs = CUM! Well, sort of: ArtErotica will host their last party with a group art show featuring work by Aya Rodriguez-Izumi and Ian Culley, among others, music and live performances. At 9 p.m., Free Candy, Brooklyn, free before 10 p.m.
[Comedy] Speaking of ripped from headlines, catch The Law Firm: Law and Disorder. At 10:30 p.m., UCB Theatre, Chelsea, $10.
[Halloween] No need to head upstate in car rental to get your pumpkin patch on: there's a Pumpkin Fest right here! At 11 a.m., Central Park, free.
[Halloween] Get amped for Halloween by dressing up your dog (or watching other people's dog) with silly/humiliating costumes at the Halloween Dog Parade. At noon, Tompkins Square Park, free.
[Art] Brooklyn street artist RAE presents "Word of Mouth", an installation art show inside a vacant bodega. At 7 p.m., corner of Avenue C and East 12th Street, East Village, free.
[Art] Today is the last day to see "Women" an exhibition by Houston-based artist Robert Pruitt. At noon, The Studio Museum of Harlem, $7 suggested donation.
[Halloween] After you've picked out your pumpkin at the Pumpkin Fest, set it free among other pumpkins at the Halloween Parade and Pumpkin Sail. At 4 p.m., Central Park, free.
[Comedy] Brad Austin, Nate Fridson, and Adam Sokol host Comedy at Beauty Bar and welcome some familiar comics and some beginners. At 8 p.m., Beauty Bar, free.