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The new Fillmore: A mega-plex in the making

That's some of what you'll get at the new Fillmore (10 E. Allen St.) .

    The new Fillmore: A mega-plex in the making
    Posted: Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 3:01 AM PICTURE a state-of-the-art music hall with a curtaining system that expands or retracts depending on the size of the acts. Picture cocktail and bottle service and fare as fancy as charcuterie plates served while Gwar plays on stage.

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These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Apps and Art!

    Ms. Layden is asking for $663.35:
    My students need two iPads with protective cases.
    Gen Philip Kearny Elementary School Comment
  • Inspired by Scholastic ART!

    Ms. Layden is asking for $402.12:
    My students need a subscription for Scholastic ART magazines.
    Gen Philip Kearny Elementary School Comment
  • Math Portfolio Folders

    Mr. Fitzgerald is asking for $204.89:
    My students need file folders for work on math portfolios for each unit of study in the 2015-2016 school year. These file folders will help us stay organized and on track.
    Gen Philip Kearny Elementary School Comment

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Same Same

614 N. 2nd St.

    Same Same
    From Ho Chi Mihn City to Northern Liberties comes this homage to classic Vietnamese street food. Chef Chad Kubanoff and wife Thuy returned stateside to serve delicious street eats like banh mi, noodle bowls and lettuce wraps at their affordable and health-conscious spot. L, D (Tu-Su)

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Calendar: Sept. 2-9

Head to the dancefloor for an 8-bit soundtrack of classic video-game tunes provided by DJ Cutman DJ Nysus, Mojo Risen, Kyng of Thievez and more. 10pm. $15-$20. Trilogy Nightclub and Hookah Lounge, 601 Spring Garden St. 484.477.5738. phillytrilogy.com

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Eugene Ionesco’s classic play follows 400-year-old King Berenger as he rules over his decaying kingdom wearing pajamas and partying his days away. Directed by Tina Brock. 7:30pm. $25. Through Sept. 20. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215.574.3550. idiopathicridiculopathyconsortium.org

Taste the finest beers Oktoberfest has to offer along with an endless list of delicious German food specials including mussels, grilled pork loin, braised cabbage and apple and potato dumplings. Through Oct. McGillin’s Olde Ale House, 1310 Drury St. 215.735.5562. mcgillins.com

Screening of the post-apocalyptic thriller starring Charlize Theron as she flees a tyrannical ruler with the help of a group of misfits. 8pm. $3. The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St. 215.922.6888. thetroc.com

...from Chewy’s, Pitruco Pizza and Weckerly’s Ice Cream. 8:30pm. Free. Clark Park, 4398 Chester Ave. 215.683.3679. universitycity.org/movies-clark-park

...by Red 40 and the Last Groovement at tonight’s opening reception. 10:30pm. FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Blvd. fringearts.com

...Kristin DeGhetaldi will dive into the historical materials and techniques. 5pm. Free. Chemical Heritage Foundation, 325 Chestnut St. 215.925.2222. chemheritage.org

10am–6pm. Clark Park, 43rd Street & Baltimore Avenue. philadelphiapaganpride.org 

...around after the screening for a Q&A with the filmmakers. 11:30pm. Ritz East, 125 S. Second St. thedevilscarnival.com

Take a guided tour of Chestnut Street east of Broad with GroJLart, creator of the PhilaPhilia blog. Learn about the history of nearly every building along the way, as well as what the future holds for the area. 11am. $12-$18. Ninth and Chestnut sts. hiddencityphila.org

Take a guided tour of Chestnut Street east of Broad with GroJLart, creator of the PhilaPhilia blog. Learn about the history of nearly every building along the way, as well as what the future holds for the area. 11am. $12-$18. Ninth and Chestnut sts. hiddencityphila.org

...activities and panel discussions. (Collection Gallery admission is not included). 1pm. Free. The Barnes Foundation. 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. barnesfoundation.org  (Photo by Ryan Donnell...

To celebrate the start of the new school year, the Logan branch of the Free Library will be hosting an afternoon of food, games and raffles to win school supplies and other prizes. 11am. Philadelphia Free Library, 1333 Wagner Ave. 215.685.7436. freelibrary.org

This free, monthly performance at the Kimmel Center features an array of vibrant musicians and bands. Hosted by Julie Dexter and featuring Emcee Ciarra and The IIIVibe Collective. 8pm. Free. Kimmel Center, 1500 Walnut St. 215.790.5800. kimmelcenter.org

    Calendar: Sept. 2-9 | Arts and Culture | Philly Weekly
    SCREEN Movies in Clark Park: Little Shop of Horrors Beloved '80s flick follows nerdy Seymour (Rick Moranis) as he attempts to win over the love of his life with the help of a giant, man-eating plant. The first 50 audience members will receive a free miniature Venus flytrap.

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The Fillmore Philadelphia

10 E. Allen St.

    The Fillmore Philadelphia
    Fishtown's legendary Ajax Metal Factory will bustle with life once more-this time around, with 2500 concertgoers rocking out to sets by some of the industry's best. This recently-opened spot, honoring the traditions of Fillmore music halls, also weaves in some Philly flavor with a menu of loca

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$8 Pizzas All Day at Bufad: Meatless Mid-Week on Wednesday

But Tuesday isn’t the only day that Bufad offers something special. On Wednesdays, the 13th and Spring Garden Street pizza spot is offering Meatless Midweek. For $35 a couple, you get a four-course dinner to share.

    $8 Pizzas All Day at Bufad: Meatless Mid-Week on Wednesday - Foobooz
    Tuesday isn't just about tacos. Bufad offers $8 margherita pizzas all day on Tuesdays. And that deal is available whether you eat-in or get your pizzas to go. But Tuesday isn't the only day that Bufad offers something special. On Wednesdays, the 13th and Spring Garden Street pizza spot is offering Meatless Midweek.

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25 Gay Things to Do in Philly This September

Sharon Needles: The RuPaul icon "with the look of a cover model and the soul of a shoe" will be at Kung Fu Necktie for a one-nigh only show, featuring the Haus of Ham and The Homophones. Thursday, September 3rd, 7 pm, $20-50, Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 North Front Street

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...that isn’t just theoretical. Thursday, September 3rd, 11 am, free, William Way Community Center, 1315 Spruce Street

All of the Feels Opening Reception: The good folks at Valley Youth House are presenting the opening of a very touchy-feely art exhibit, featuring works that explore "teenagerdom." Friday, September 4th, 6 pm, free, The Monkey and The Elephant, 2831 West Girard Avenue

...weekend off to the right start. Friday, September 4th, 8 pm, $22, Franky Bradley's 1320 Chancellor Street

Lambda Legal in Philadelphia: Find out about the critical work that Lambda Legal does during their Philadelphia mixer at Reed Smith. Mayor Michael Nutter will be honored at the event, which will include cocktails and light bites. Thursday, September 10th, 6 pm, $100, Reed Smith, 1717 Arch Street

...this stage, or any Verdi for that matter. Opens Thursday, September 10th, various times, $30, 1526 North American Street

See You In Hell: The Sequel: Bev hosts this evening of politically incorrect humor on 9/11, possibly featuring stabs at Bill Cosby, Jared from Subway, The Duggars, and The Pope. Friday, September 11th, 10 pm, no cover, Venture Inn, 255 South Camac Street

Rocky Horror Gay Bingo: Put your hands on your hips! Head over to this special Transylvanian Nipple Productions version of the popular game GayBINGO, and get ready to do the Time Warp. Saturday, September 12th, 7 pm, $20, Gershman Y, 401 South Broad Street

Dining With the Divas: Join Mimi Imfurst, Omyra Lynn, Iris Spectre, and Zsa Zsa St. James at Hard Rock Cafe for a monthly drag brunch that will surely leave you hungry for more. Sunday, September 13th, 12 pm, $10-12, Hard Rock Cafe, 1113 Market Street

Meals for Mazzoni: Chef Crystal Fox from Giorgio on Pine is throwing this mid-day mixer to benefit Mazzoni Center's Food Bank. All proceeds will benefit Mazzoni, and there'll be dancers, drinks, DJs, and food. Sunday, September 13th, 2 pm, $6-20, Tabu, 200 South 12th Street

Our Night Out at Uptown Beer Garden: See why we at Philly Mag named Our Night Out the "Best Gay Night Out" in the city. Hundreds of folks from the LGBT community will mingle, drink, and support the AIDS Law Project of PA. Tuesday, September 15th, 6 pm, $5, Mellon Bank Center, 1735 Market Street

QOTA at Noir: South Philly will be in the house at this LGBT networking event at Noir, where there will be 1/2 off appetizers and $4 wine by the glass, plus outside mingling. Wednesday, September 16th, 6 pm, Noir, 1909 East Passyunk Avenue

Out4STEM Year Two Kick-Off: Join The College of Physicians of Philadelphia at the Mutter Museum for a celebration of their LGBT science program. There will be free food, beverages, and tokens provided. Thursday, September 17th, 5 pm, free, Mutter Museum, 19 South 22nd Street

Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour: Sure, the Pope will be in town, but so will mother-freaking-Madonna, who will, no doubt, be making some bold statements about Catholicism during her stop at the Wells Fargo Center. Thursday, September 24th, 8 pm, $40-355, Wells Fargo Center, 3601 South Broad Street

...specials, plus plenty of networking opportunities. Tuesday, September 29th, 5:30 pm, $15, Field House, 1150 Filbert Street

Jewish Pride LGBT SukkOUT: Celebrate the Jewish holiday Sukkot while enjoying the fellowship of the LGBT community. There will be wine and light snacks in a "fabulous rainbow Sukkah." Wednesday, September 30th, 6 pm, $18-25, John C. Anderson Apartments, 251 South 13th Street

    25 Gay Things to Do in Philly This September | G Philly
    The Pope who? There's a lot more going on in Philadelphia this September besides a visit from the Vatican. We rounded up 25 LGBT events, shows, and minglers that will keep you busy during back to school season.

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Darrell Clarke’s School District Power Play

...crew. Seriously. The number of empty desks in the (admittedly too big) district headquarters at 440 N. Broad is both depressing and alarming...

    City Council's School District Power Play
    City Council President Darrell Clarke has grown profoundly frustrated with the School District of Philadelphia in recent years. Now he looks poised to turn that frustration into action - and the impact on the district could be huge. In private and in public, Clarke in recent weeks has ratcheted up pressure on the district and the School Reform Commission.

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The Fillmore Philadelphia: A Sneak Peek

...something dramatic, the story of Philly's newest music venue at the southeast corner of Richmond Street and Frankford Avenue in Philly's Kensington neighborhood is thrilling. Like its nearby neighbor – the recently expanded SugarHouse...

    The Fillmore Philadelphia: A Sneak Peek
    The phrase, "something old, something new" is all the more true when considering Philly's newest live entertainment venue, The Fillmore Philadelphia. Starting this October, locals and visitors alike will be able to see old favorites (such as Philly's own Hall & Oates and The Eagles' Joe Walsh on

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