October 3—The seven-piece installation “Cy Twombly: Sculpture” ends at the MoMA, where the late, great artist trades his brush for his bare hands. October 5—Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story, about the imagined cancellation of Glee, premieres on FX. October 7—Ides of March, a political drama starring Ryan Gosling and George Clooney, is released today. We’re guessing they’ve got the female vote.
October 11—Former BlackBook intern Ryan Adams releases his new album, Ashes & Fire. We always knew he had potential! October 13— Belvedere Vodka mixology seminar at the Epcot Food & Wine Festival in Orlando. October 14—Get ready for Trespass, starring Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman as a married couple who battle against home invaders and forehead paralysis. October 15—Chromeo, Cut Copy, and Dizzee Rascal play the Treasure Island Music Festival, where the only pirates are outside scalping tickets. October 16—Alexander Payne’s The Descendants, starring [ALSO] George Clooney, closes the New York Film Festival with a gala screening at Alice Tully Hall. October 19—OFWGKTAPTFNYC, or: Odd Future plays Terminal 5 in New York City. October 21—The directors of Facebook spooker Catfish go from creeper to creepy when they release Paranormal Activity 3. October 22—Portraits by the artist as an old man: Your last chance to see Bob Dylan’s painting exhibition, “The Asia Series,” at the Gagosian in New York City. October 25—Attention all Coldplay Goop-ies! The Brit rock gods release their fifth studio albums Mylo Xyloto. October 28—Out of sync, but In Time. Justin Timberlake’s sci-fi thriller is released in theaters today. October 29—Learn the difference between a Maybach and Margiela, when Kanye West and Jay-Z play Philips Arena in Atlanta. October 31—Based on calculations, the United Nations says the world’s population passes seven billion today. Not if a razor blade hidden in an apple can help it!