Events Roundup: Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Noon to 6 p.m. Location One presents Nayland Blake’s Behavior, "a 25-year survey" of Blake’s mixed-media work. The gallery features: Magic (1991) and Heavenly Bunny Suit (1994), also recent sculptures, videos and installation pieces. At Location One, 26 Green Street.

2 p.m. Kicks off Kent Avenue Bike Lane Day of Action, sponsored by Transportation Alternatives. Participants will bike along Kent Avenue bike lane, ending with a "visit to the district offices of your elected officials to thank them for this investment in green transportation in your neighborhood." At the Brooklyn entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge bike/pedestrian path. South Fifth Street and South Fifth Place, in Brooklyn.

2 p.m. The Caribbean House Health Center offers free condoms and health screenings, 1167 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn.

7 p.m. David Foote’s new film: David Foote Limited Edition No. 10 will premiere at BoConcept on 69 Greene Street.

7:30 p.m. Flight of the Conchords‘ Kristen Schaal joins Daily Show correspondent John Oliver, Best Week Ever’s Paul F. Tompkins and comedian-writer Eugene Mirman to celebrate the release of his new book The Will to Whatevs. This American Life contributor Sarah Vowell to DJ, at the Bell House on 149 Seventh Street.

8 p.m. Lawrence Dillon’s chamber music will premier at Mannes College Concert Hall, 150 West 85th Street.

8:30 p.m. Glasslands Gallery presents True Primes, Fake Male Voice, featuring TV on the Radio frontman Tunde Adebimpe. 289 Kent Avenue, between South First and South Second Streets, in Brooklyn.

Events Roundup: Tuesday, February 10, 2009