Our favorite pot-dealing suburban mother, Nancy Botwin comes to New York City when the new season of Weeds premieres tonight at 10:04 p.m. on Showtime.
How can spilled Hot Coffee turn into $1.25 million? This documentary shows you how it's done at 9 p.m. on HBO.
San Francisco's Great American Music Hall hosts Elvis Costello-eque singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche.
Sixteen-year-old electronic goddess Chloe Chaidez fronts her band Kitten at L.A.'s The Echo's with the Postelles,Pageants, andPan American.
Times New Viking breathes new life into the low-fi sound of the 90s. Catch them at Chicago's Empty Bottle with Tyler Jon Tyler and Dusty Bibles.
Puro Instinct brings their West Coast soft harmonies to New York's Mercury Lounge with John Maus and Geneva Jacuzzi opening.
Ryan McGinley, Dan Colen, and seven other New York-based artists depict the uncertainty and chaos of the last decade in their Post 9-11 with a 6 p.m. opening at L.A.'s OHWOW gallery.
Sasha Maslov's Forgotten Village photo series examines coal-mining life in post-Soviet Ukraine. See it at New York'sSputnik Gallery tonight at 6 p.m.
Portland's high-energy alt rock group The Thermals hit Brooklyn's The Bell House with Big Troubles and EULA.
Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, The Tree focuses on a girl who talks to her dead father through—yes—a tree. It's screening at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens at 7 p.m.
Don't miss the Thom Yorke-esque band Home Video at Brooklyn Bowl with MillionYoung and Tiny Victories.
—By Douglas Bair