Paper covers rock. Nick the Greek takes the lead, and the Rider is switching hands." The Midnight Rider of "parts unknown," wears a thin leather mask that shields his identity and a bola tie adorned with a skull.
Dov Kogen began singing and writing songs at the ripe age of three, when he took the tune of Jewish hymn "Adon Olam" and set it to the one-word lyric "guitar." "I didn't actually play guitar back then," the psychology major and music minor says, "so I sort of strummed my aunt's 30-year-old classical guitar," which he would actually learn to play in the fourth grade.
It's hard not to feel ripped off when you go into the Penn Bookstore to buy Hamlet (which you know you already own at home anyway) and find all the used copies gone, forcing you to pay the full $10 for a play you probably already know by heart.
Wexler Art Gallery
201 N. 3rd St.
Tue-Sat, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., free
When some think of art galleries, they conjure up an image of white walls and paintings that confuse the hell out of anyone who's not an MFA student.