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Photographs by Jennifer Karady, Christopher Pekoc, and Joel-Peter Witkin
The Print Center
1614 Latimer St.
Exhibit through October 20
The Print Center explores the peculiarities of human nature and form with three
simultaneous exhibitions by Jennifer Karady, Christopher Pekoc and Joel-Peter
Broad and Spruce streets
Through October 21
Whoever wrote the book of Job in the Bible probably did not foresee it becoming
Archibald MacLeish's novel J.B.
800 W. Lancaster Avenue
7:30 p.m., $5
(610) 527- 0988
If you think about it, life is just improvisation.
334 South St.
8:00 p.m., $17.50 adv./ $20 at door
Screw French. With 95 million languages taught at Penn, why oh why is
Icelandic not one of them?
You may not have been to 2 Goodfellas yet, the recently renovated bar and
restaurant on 41st and Walnut streets, but the minute you enter you'll feel as
though you've been there before.
Seventh and Willow streets
8 p.m. $40 (SOLD OUT!!!)
There's no doubt that Jay-Z stands alone atop the rap game right now.
334 South Street
8 p.m., $15 adv./$17 at door
Everyone sing along: "Hey now, you're an all star, get your game on, whoa!" Oh
yes, the one-hit wonder that should have been, Smashmouth is back and ready
to floor you with such hits as "I'm a Believer" and "Walking on the Sun." Although
"All Star" just may be the most overplayed song in the past few years, here's
your chance to hear it live.
Vickie Nam, Olivia Chung, and Alaina Wong
3601 Walnut Street
7 p.m., free
Nam, editor of Yell-oh Girls!: Emerging Voices Explore Culture, Identity and
Growing Up Asian American, along with College junior Chung and College
senior Wong, read and sign the collection of writings from various
334 South Street
8 p.m., $20
Give yourself a better chance of being one of the six degrees of separation in
the Kevin Bacon game.
If you're sick of Subway sandwiches and Kung Pao Chicken, look toward 40th Street for salvation. The place we fondly remember as Bitar's has been revamped and renamed Simsum.
Bitch and Animal
880 West Lancaster Avenue
Thu, March 27, 8:00 p.m.
For those of us who continue to cringe every time we see the Billboard Top 10 and who still spend our drunken nights lamenting the fate of music, hope may have arrived.
Teacher Appreciation Week
8701 Germantown Avenue
Fri, March 28, 10 a.m.
This week is teacher appreciation week.
This weekend I learned a very important lesson: irrespective of the words of a noticeably frightened cab driver pulling over on 54th street, "Historic Bartram's Garden" is not the same thing as "Bartram's Village." One is a beautiful pre-revolutionary home and botanical garden set in 4 tranquil acres of Fairmount Park -- the other is a housing project, where nothing whatsoever could be described as "scenic," unless gutters full of syringes and empty 40s of Olde English appeal to you.
The Marriage Proposal and the Bear by Anton Chekhov
401 South Broad Street
March 27-30, Various Times
Anton Checkhov is one of the best playwrights of the modern era.
Coca-Cola NHRA LUCAS OIL NHRA Drag Racing Series Divisional
Maple Grove Park Raceway
30 Stauffer Park Lane
March 27-May 26, Various Prices
"Dem nascars go fast!" exclaimed the man standing next to me.
The Films of Philip Dick: Blade Runner, Total Recall Minority Report
Graduate Student Center
3615 Locust Walk
Thu, March 27, 7-9 p.m.
The paranoid short story writer is fascinated by concealed identity and totalitarian controls on society.
421 North 7th Street
Sat, March 29, 8 p.m.
I know nothing about wrestling except that once there was a Ric Flair in the industry.
America's Most Talented Kid
Fri, March 28, 8 p.m.
My little sister really wants to be on this.
Philadelphia Film Festival
Various Locations in Center City and University City
April 3 - April 17, various times
$8.50, $6.50 matinees
I hate movies.
Madhouse Company of London's Wild Stunt Show
Society Hill Playhouse
507 South 8th Street
April 3 - Sept.
When West Philadelphia was a suburban paradise in the 18th century, affluent city dwellers built their country estates on the left bank of the Schulykill.