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Deafheaven at Union Transfer on 07/22/2018 08:00 PM EDT

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    Deafheaven - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - July 22nd, 2018
    Deafheaven is a California-based act that has garnered acclaim for their signature hybrid sound of black metal, shoegaze, and post-rock. On October 2 the band will release their next album New Bermuda on ANTI-.

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The Jesus Lizard at Union Transfer on 09/08/2018 08:30 PM EDT

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    The Jesus Lizard - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - September 8th, 2018
    The Jesus Lizard formed in late 80's Austin, TX after David Yow (vox) and David Wm. Sims' (bass) previous band Scratch Acid broke up. They started the Jesus Lizard with Duane Denison (guitar) and a drum machine and recorded their debut EP Pure with Steve Albini in 1989.

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Jeremy Enigk at Union Transfer on 06/23/2018 08:30 PM EDT

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    Jeremy Enigk - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - June 23rd, 2018
    Three good reasons why it's hard to remember a time when an album like Jeremy Enigk's Return of the Frog Queen sounded shocking: 1) At the time of its release in 1996, there was no other album like it.

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New restaurants heat up the Philly region

Love City Brewing Co., in a former warehouse at 1023 Hamilton St., behind Union Transfer, has set its opening for April 19; eight beers will be on...

...trucks will supplement a snack menu. (The neighborhood, hinged off the Spring Arts Building at 990 Spring Garden St., will pop midsummer with Edwin Social, an outdoor Mediterranean restaurant, at 1033 Spring Garden St...

...990 Spring Garden St., will pop midsummer with Edwin Social, an outdoor Mediterranean restaurant, at 1033 Spring Garden St., and, in the fall, a branch of the Lucky Well, a barbecue specialist based in...

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Chalaco’s, a Peruvian restaurant-lounge specializing in pisco cocktails and ceviche and other seafood at 1030 N. Second St. (Liberties Walk) in Northern Liberties, has set April 17 as the premiere. Owners are from the Baltimore area.

Ardiente, a flashy Latin/Asian hybrid at 33 S. Second St. in Old City, is undergoing its final tweaks for a late-April opening.

Old City also will have Glory Beer Bar, run by alums of the now-shuttered Eulogy, at 126 Chestnut St., where Mad River was.

Ardmore is expected to get two newcomers in the next two weeks: Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft will be what’s billed as a two-story “throwback Americana gastro-bar” at 29 E. Lancaster Ave.

The Bercy, a luxe French destination at the former Primavera Pizza Kitchen (7 E. Lancaster Ave.), could become the Parc of the Main Line.

Cider houses will rule this spring. I hear May for the openings of both Hale & True (613 S. Seventh St., Bella Vista) and Kurant Cider (436 E. Girard Ave., Fishtown).

Attico, a rooftop restaurant/lounge at the new Cambria Hotel, 219 S. Broad St., near Locust. Del Frisco’s Grille is expected to open on the Cambria’s ground floor this fall.

Brickwall Tavern, backing up to sibling restaurant Porta (1214 Chestnut St.) but with an entrance on Sansom Street across from Fergie’s Bar, is targeting May 4.

ElMerkury, a Central American street-food specialist, will be at 2104 Chestnut St., replacing Agno Grill.

Koreana, a casual Korean fast-casual now in University City, is planning a branch at 37 S. 19th St., replacing MilkHouse.

Main & Vine, a California-theme bistro replacing Avenue Kitchen at 789 E. Lancaster Ave. in Villanova, is expected to open before Mother’s Day.

Harper’s Garden, a wine garden set beneath a pergola, is looking at spring at 31 S. 18th St., placing it near nightspots, including Continental Mid-town, Concourse Dance Bar, and Uptown Beer Garden.

TALK, the new-American spinoff of West Philadelphia’s Marigold Kitchen, should open in May at 2121 Walnut St.

“End of spring” is the target for the Finch, the Mediterranean bistro from chef Jennifer Carroll at the Warwick Hotel (220 S. 17th St.).

“Right after Memorial Day” is what management suggests for Nunu (1414 Frankford Ave.), the Japanese bar next to Cheu Fishtown.

Roxborough, meanwhile, is several months from the debut of White Yak (6118 Ridge Ave.), which likely will be the city’s first Nepalese restaurant. Figures that this is the...

Bourse Marketplace will assemble dozens of food stalls at the Bourse, on Fifth Street south of Market Street, by midsummer.

Giuseppe & Sons, an Italian concept from the Termini baking family and Michael Schulson, is up for summer next to Harp & Crown on the 1500 block of Sansom Street.

Aether, a Fishtown outpost of Princeton/KoP’s Mistral and Elements, is looking at summer at 1832 Frankford Ave.

Pizzeria Beddia, whose recent closing on Girard Avenue wound up as front-page news, has secured a location on Lee Street near Front Street; its opening as a sitdowner with bar is projected for fall.

    New restaurants heat up the Philly region
    French, Italian, Peruvian, cideries, outdoor experiences. A new restaurant at the Bok Building in South Philadelphia for you lovers of peak views. And speaking of peaks: How about more Nepalese cuisine? A look at my list of pending bar and restaurant projects shows more than three dozen scheduled openings in the Philadelphia region in the next 75 days or so.

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Good Spirits, Bad Spirits: PhilaMOCA channels the occult for Cinedelphia 666

Cinedelphia 666 kicks off tonight and runs through the end of the month at PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th Street. For programming information and tickets, visit CinedelphiaFilmFestival.com

    Good Spirits, Bad Spirits: PhilaMOCA channels the occult for Cinedelphia 666 - The Key
    Alfred Hitchcock famously said, "A glimpse into the world proves that horror is nothing other than reality." This year's Cinedelphia Film Festival aims to prove that quote true by focusing not just on horror movies but on the evil that exists in our day-to-day environment.

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Philly, curated: What to do with the next two weeks of your life

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Art in the Age, 116 N. 3rd St.

The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St.

Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Ave.

Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad St.

Franklin Institute Planetarium, 222 N. 20th St.

The Wilma Theater, 265 S. Broad St.

    Philly, curated: What to do with the next two weeks of your life
    Editor's Note: We're thrilled to introduce A.D. Amorosi's new biweekly feature, which will aim to help fill the void in underground event coverage Philadelphia lost when the City Paper shut down. Amorosi has been covering the scene for more than three decades, and every two weeks he'll bring to the fore the boldest music, theater, comedy, exhibitions, literature, dance and performance art Philly has to offer.

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Construction at the Crane Arts building prompts Art for the Cash Poor to find new, outdoor location

For 2018, however, Art for the Cash Poor will occur in and around the area at 10th and Buttonwood streets.

...Saturday’s festivities, a kickoff party will be held at the former Bike Factory at 448 N. 10th St. As in the past, the kickoff party is a ticketed event, and InLiquid splits the...

    Construction at the Crane Arts building prompts Art for the Cash Poor to find new, outdoor location
    You don't have to be a millionaire to enjoy art. It's for everyone. Art for the Cash Poor was conceived with that idea in mind, knowing that financial barriers often keep people from even considering buying art.

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Create Your Summer Tour feat. Karina Garcia, Wengie, & Natalies Outlet at Union Transfer on 07/21/2018 06:00 PM EDT

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    Create Your Summer Tour feat. Karina Garcia, Wengie, & Natalies Outlet - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - July 21st, 2018
    This summer, three of the most successful YouTube creators, Karina Garcia, Wengie, and Natalies Outlet, will join forces and take their creative content on the road for the first ever Create Your Summer Tour. Bringing together three self-made creators from diverse backgrounds, Create Your Summer Tour will teach audience members completely new hacks that will inspire them to feel imaginative, confident, and special.


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