The Details Weekly Agenda: Kid Cudi, Rainbow Flags, and Bad Teachers

Details-approved concerts, movies, art openings, and events coming at you in the next seven days.

Kid Cudi and Chip Tha the Ripper tear up the Nokia Theatre's stage in LA tonight at with a second show on Wednesday.
Can the Sex Crimes Unit find the perps before the cold case officially closes? Find out at 9 p.m. on HBO.
Go Beyond Gay: The Politics of Pride tonight with this Showtime documentary at 6 p.m. as Vancouver's Gay Pride Parade director examines the history of pride celebrations around the world.
Brooklyn's best purveyors of non-ironic, sleepy '80s retro chill, Chairlift, support their new album with opening acts Pablo Picasso and Erika Spring of Au Revoir Simone at Cameo Gallery.
Lightening strikes New York's Y Gallery when Juanli Carrión's The Plague of Darkness opens tonight with a reception at 6 p.m.
Come to the Central Park SummerStage and find out for yourself what the heck Reggie Watts is talking about. (If you do, would you please tell us?)
My Morning Jacket, the brilliant Southern alt-rockers, will give fans an earful of their new material at the Pantages Theatre in L.A..
Fucked Up, OFF!, and the legendary Dinosaur Jr. hit New York's Terminal 5. Your ears may bleed, but you'll love it.
Ducktails' preppy, beachy beats that epitomize summer will linger throughout New York's Cake Shop. La Big Vic, Sudden Oak, Swanox, and Kwjaz round out the evening's lineup.
The mesmerizing, mutli-genre producer and musician Steven Ellison, aka Flying Lotus, is coming to Los Angeles's Music Box
Cameron Diaz plays a boozy, abusive educator in Bad Teacher with co-star Justin Timberlake. Opening today in theaters nationwide.
The documentary Conan O'Brien Can't Stop follows the short-lived Tonight Show host as he does what most people do when they get fired—grow a beard and play concerts to thousands of adoring fans.
Chicago's Vic Theater hosts an energetic lineup of Matt And Kim, The Thermals, and Autobot.
New York's On Stellar Rays gallery hosts an opening reception at 6 p.m. of Clifford Owens and his peers in Inti, which pulls inspiration in part from social awareness and activism.
Douglas Bair

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