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Music | Live Band Karaoke

Do we adore karaoke night, though wish we had some improved song to backup your pipes? Come belt out your favorite songs to a live band. Pat Finnerty and The Full Band will play a tune while we sing a lyrics. | 8:30pm. $5. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Ave.

Gymnastics | Tenth Annual Pink Invitational

Get prepared for leaps, flips, tumbles and some-more during a largest fundraising gymnastics accommodate in a nation. Special appearances will be done by USA Gold Medalist Laurie Hernandez and six-time NCAA Championship-winning conduct manager and breast cancer survivor “Miss Val” Kondos. Events continue by Sunday, Feb. 25, as some-more than 90 teams from 13 states will contest in this USAG-sanctioned meet. All deduction advantage Unite for HER, a nonprofit formed in West Chester that provides appropriation and nominal caring to newly diagnosed and metastatic breast cancer patients. | 9am.  Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch St.

Movies | Best Picture Weekend

Getting pumped for a Oscars, though haven’t watched all a nominees? Have seen them, though wish to re-watch? Catch 8 of a Best Picture nominees, all on a biggest shade in Center City from Friday, Feb. 23 to Sunday, Feb. 25. | Times vary. Prices vary. Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut St.


Museum | Dinos After Dark

Do we puncture dinos? Explore a land of dinosaurs, attend in family activities and suffer an indoor splash garden in a Dinosaur Hall. Academy of Natural Sciences offers pay-what-you-wish acknowledgment each fourth Friday dusk of each month this winter and spring. | 5-8pm. The Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.

Theater | ‘Twelfth Night’

“Some are innate great, some grasp mass and some have mass bearing on them.” Come see one of Shakespeare’s comedic masterpieces, and a delivery that totally destroys a judgment of gender. You will be certain to have a giggle during this prolongation that blends subterraneous punk opening art with complicated contemporary theater.| 7pm. $20. Pennsylvania Academy of a Fine Arts, 118-128 N. Broad St.



Performance | Meet Harriet Tubman 

Learn about a extraordinary life of Harriet Tubman in this moving opening by Millicent Sparks. Hear about Tubman’s story of enslavement, her work as a conductor on a Underground Railroad and her espionage activities during a Civil War. | 1-1:45pm. Free. Congress Hall, enter by confidence screening during 5th and Chestnut

Arts Crafts | Learn Leatherwork

Love that leather look? Learn about opposite forms of leather and get hands-on believe with normal collection and techniques as we make your possess tiny leather goods. | 1-5pm. $160. Cicada Leather Company, 4919 Pentridge St.

Shopping | Black Market: Shopping with Black Business Owners

Celebrate Black business owners. Take a disastrous inference of a “black” (market) and emanate a space for “black” to be compared with something positive. The black marketplace is a space for black business owners and their supporters to come together. Shop, sip and socialize! | 10am-4pm. Free admission. All Eyes on a 215, 845 S. 55th St., Third Floor.


 Causes | The Backpack Event for Homeless

Help a associate Philadelphians today. Bring a trek with  5-10 bags of food (brown paper bag lunches) and H2O to palm out to homeless people. Most people make turkey sandwiches or peanut butter and preserve sandwiches and a bag a chips.  If we have any adult garments and blankets, greatfully move them to 1600 JFK  from Noon-1 p.m. | Noon-1:30pm. Free. Walk from 9th and Market Street to Love

Shopping | Misprints Sale

A mistake can spin out to be a good success. Shop among misprinted shirts and totes! Misprints are unlawful products that can’t be sole during full price. Who knows, we competence only find your new favorite square during a good price. | Noon-5pm. Free admission. $5 for shirts and totes. Philadelphia Printworks, 1901 S. 9th St.


Market | Pop-Up Record Shop

Grab a cocktail and emporium for records, CDs, rope T-shirts and some-more during a South Street bar. All deduction will go to The Music Matters Project. | 2-4pm. Free admission. Tattooed Mom, 530 South St.


Food | Chestnut Hill Restaurant Week

Get your muck on, and don’t mangle a bank. Over 6 days, 15 restaurants will offer pre fixe dinners. Restaurant Week options embody tellurian cuisine, comfort food, BYOB and more. | Times vary. $35, though restaurants could change in price. Locations change in Chestnut 


Religion | Purim Carnival

Chag Purim Sameach! Get prepared to start those groggers and other sound makers, since it’s time to retell a story of Queen Esther. The story will be followed by a party, including games, face painting, moon bounce, prizes, raffles and food. | 10am. $35. Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel, 300 S. 18th St.

Theater | ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’

Drexel University’s Co-Op Theatre Company presents one of a many absolute plays of a 20th century about a Holocaust told from a immature Jewish girl’s perspective. A play by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, formed on “Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl” and newly blending by Wendy Kesselman.| 2pm. $20. The Black Box Theater, 3401 Filbert St.

Parade | Mummers Mardi Gras

How best to applaud Mardi Gras in Philly? With Mummers of course! So mangle out a beads, feathers and gratifying suggestion for a march in Manayaunk. Keep a celebration going after a march and revisit participating restaurants, that will offer as String Band Clubhouses for a afternoon. | 1-7pm. Free. Route will start during Shurs Lane and ensue down Main Street.


Movies | Philadelphia Psychotronic Film Society

Calling all film buffs. Come for giveaway screenings of cult/weirdo/B-movie fare. BYOB and watch a crack with other film lovers. After signing into 3 meetings, we will accept an finish pin of a Philadelphia Psychotronic Film Society Logo. | 7:30-9:30pm. Free. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St.


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Movie | ‘Spice World’

“Here’s a story from A to Z” — we gotta get with your friends to watch “Spice World.” Dress adult as Scary Spice, Sporty Spice, Baby Spice, Ginger Spice, Posh Spice or any of a characters from a 1997 movie, and get a giveaway beer. The film starts during 8pm, though come before 7pm and get a giveaway splash and play classical games. After a film there will be trivia, prizes and raffles. Enjoy splash specials and food. | 6:30 doors open. $3. The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St.


Comedy | Amanda Seales

Laugh and learn. This comedian is changing a universe one fun during a time. Along with behaving mount adult opposite a globe, she tours colleges doing comedic lectures on  sexism and farrago to black renouned culture. The former MTV VJ with a master’s grade in African-American studies from Columbia University is a array unchanging as Tiffany on HBO’s “Insecure,” orator for anti tobacco advocates, horde of FOX’s “Empire” after show, and named by Time Out LA as one of 2017’s comedians to watch. | 8pm. $18. Helium Comedy Club, 2031 Sansom St.

Games | Black History Month Jeopardy

As Feb comes to a close, so too does Black History Month. So let’s see what we learned! Bring a whole family and put your believe to a test. | 4-5pm. Free. Queen Memorial Library – Free Library of Philadelphia, 1201 S. 23rd St.

Comedy | Callback Comedy Open Mic

Think we got a humorous bone? Take a theatre and try out some new material. Not looking to be a comedian, though are looking for a good time? Come watch a open mic, and get your laughs on. | 8pm. Free. Punchline Philly, 33 E. Laurel St.


Science | Love Lust

Valentine’s Day might be over, though come for an dusk of banned topics and carnal science. During a Love Lust book of Science After Hours series, design preparation and party so erotic it will comfortable even a coldest heart. | 7-9:45pm. $20 for non-members, $15 for members, giveaway for The Innovators. The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th St.

Letter Writing | Publetters

Put your phone away, squeeze a piece of paper and write an tangible ink-on-wood pap minute to a friend, family member or colleague. Use a barbarous Publetters Cheat Sheet, with a mailing addresses of all demeanour of notables, including Tig Notaro, Alec Baldwin, Sonny Rollins, a man who invented Sriracha Hot Sauce, a chancellor of Germany – and others. Even send a minute to an Eagles player! | 7-9pm. Free. Standard Tap, 901 N. 2nd St.


Arts Crafts | Paint your possess booze potion during Bleu Martini!

Destress after work, and get crafty. Choose a character of potion and a tone paint we would like to use, and all a materials will be supposing for your creativity to come to life! | 7-9pm. Bleu Martini, 24 S. 2nd St.  


Music | Kelela

Don’t go home after work. Live it adult and slit out to some considerable vocals. Catch RB thespian Kelela perform live from her new manuscript “Take Me Apart.” | 8:30pm. Price varies. Theater of Living Arts, 334 South St.


 Music | Aaron Carter

Let’s be honest here, how many times did we sing “I Want Candy” behind in a day? The cocktail sensation, Aaron Carter earnings to his song roots with his initial manuscript in 15 years. Listen to his new songs from “Love” and get those sentimental feels while listening to stream music. | 8pm. $20, ubiquitous admission. $70, ubiquitous acknowledgment and accommodate and greet. Voltage Lounge, 421 N. 7th St.


Theater | Toni Morrison’s ‘The Bluest Eye’

Catch a final dress operation of “The Bluest Eye.” Based off of Toni Morrison’s classical novel, a story follows a immature black lady flourishing adult in a 1940s who wants zero some-more than Shirley Temple’s eyes so she can be loved. The uncover is a absolute instrumentation of injustice and an epoch of change. If we can’t make a performance, a uncover strictly runs from Mar 1 by Apr 1. | 8-11pm. Pay what we wish. Arden Theatre, 40 N. 2nd St.


Games | ‘Parks Rec’ Quizzo

Get over hump, and provide yo self to a night obsessing over your favorite uncover “Parks Rec.” Answer questions about Leslie Knope and a rest of a quirky characters during a themed trivia. But no phoning Li’l Sebastian for answers! | 8-10pm. Free admission. The Grey Lodge Pub, 6235 Frankford

Music | A$AP Ferg

Get on over to a Fillmore asap to hear rapper A$AP Ferg. Lose yourself on a Mad Men Tour. Listen to a musician from ASAP Mob perform solo from his latest manuscript “Still Striving.” | 8pm. Prices vary. The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen St.


Drink | Macro vs. Micro Smackdown LIVE

Are we a good adequate sleuth to tell a disproportion between a mass constructed splash and a locally constructed qualification splash of a same style? Let’s put your investigator skills to a exam in a double blind ambience test. Sample 4 opposite pairs of beers in this rarely interactive and training sourroundings for an dusk on splash skills and bubbles. | 7-9pm. $20. Alchemist Society, 1100 N. Front St.


Painting | Philly Bleeds Green

Since Philly bleeds green, let’s paint green! Celebrate a Super Bowl feat with this special one-time-only BYOB class. | 7-9pm. $35. Painting with a Twist, 9475 Roosevelt Blvd.

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