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Calendar: Feb. 7-14



Music | The Estelle Experience – Lover’s Rock Live

Singer. Rapper. Songwriter. Is there anything Estelle can’t do? Maybe solve world hunger, but hey … it’s a big ask. We’ll give her a few more years. In the meantime, her music more than makes up for her lack of a long term global food solution. From her first hit “1980” (recorded and released in 2004) to 2018’s Lover’s Rock, she’s run the gamut of musical styles and then some. This latest iteration brings contemporary reggae into the Estelle Experience fold. It’s gonna be irie, mon! | 7pm. $22. The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen St. concerts1.livenation.com

Dance Party | Bollywood Night 2019

Bollywood movies are freakin’ insane … in the best way possible. Like, at this point we’ve all seen the insanity of some dude standing alone on a desert highway wearing almost-black aviators and a perfectly coiffed moustache, entirely unfazed by the howling horde of evil guys bearing down on him, right? Then he kills them all in physics-defying fashion and suddenly it’s become a new wave dance crave? Well, this event is that, but in dance party form. | 9pm. Prices vary. Mirage Lounge, 119 South St. eventbrite.com

Dance Party | Terminally Chill

A future promised. A past that never existed. Vaporwave—it’s for all of us. That sounds like the tagline for a shoe company or something. But it’s not. It’s the truth behind Terminally Chill, The Barbary’s “dance party devoted to the vast and dynamic internet music scene of Chillwave/Vaporwave/Future funk/Lo Fi House and other microgenres or unclassifiable music you can dance to.” Which. Come on. That’s badass. Plus, you can use your new shoes to go dancing. Wait, what? | 9pm. Prices vary. The Barbary, 951 Frankford Ave. barbarylive.com

Food & Drink | Pasta and Wine Night

We swear we didn’t miss the boat on Restaurant Week, we just knew we had this one event in our backpocket and we were saving ourselves for … oh, just kidding. But you know what isn’t a joke? This deal. $20 for a delicious homemade pasta dish (that you won’t otherwise find on the menu), paired with one of many mouthwatering wines by the glass. What could be better than that? Solving world hunger, sure. But we’re just worried about your hunger for now. | 5pm. $20. Jake’s & Cooper’s Wine Bar, 4365 Main St. jakesandcoopers.com

Community | Plastics Reduction Task Force Public Forum

We’re not going to fix the world by recycling. If you’ve, we dunno, watched the news or talked to other people or, heck, even walked outside recently, then you’re already well aware of the ever-increasing dangers global warming has wrought. We require more serious intervention. But until then, the least we can do is worry about our own carbon footprint. And the people at Weavers Way Co-op know that starts with the reduction of plastics. | 7pm. Free. Summit Presbyterian Church, 6757 Greene St. eventbrite.com

Community | Designing for Equity

We act sometimes like equity is some long-forgotten magical spell, something we used to know and understand well, but that has since been lost to the ages. But that’s not true. Equity is simply an idea, one we’ve possessed all along … we’ve just chosen not to pursue it. Because it’s hard. Because it’s not a switch you can flip, but a process you undertake. And it’s a process that starts with stuff like this; understanding social equity’s place in something as basic and overarching as architectural theory. | 8am. Free. Center for Architecture + Design, 1218 Arch St. designadvocacy.org


Art | Philthy Takeover 005: Soley A/V Set

It’s gonna be alien bass, and it’s gonna be hella weird. But also fun. Nick Soley brings a combo of “Soley music and Kawaii visuals” together for a transcendental and, undoubtedly strange, audio and visual experience. He’ll have Hattrix and Twinsyndrome on backup, plus a special guest (can you guess which Phamily member that might be?). Don’t delay in gettin’ in on this A/V goodness … there’s only 75 tickets available. | 10pm. $25. The Boom Room, 1300 N. Front St. eventbrite.com

Games | Mystery Prize Bingo

If you’ve never been to a bingo hall, you’re seriously missing out. Sure, general speaking, the clientele might be of a certain age, but those silver-tinged superstars don’t go easy. They’re serious about the game, and they’re serious about enjoying themselves. $35 gets you in the door, but you better bring your grade-A bingo game if you plan on heading home with any of the awesome special prizes. | 7pm. $35. Polish-American Stringband, 2727 E Westmoreland St. polishamericanstringband.com

Food & Drink | Champagne and Chocolate: A Perfect Pairing

We’ll be honest; we’ve never had champagne and chocolate together. Sounds fuckin’ amazing though. If you’re a lovable loser like us, then this is your chance to get in on that fine life. Chocolatier & Pastry Chef Stephane Lesaint and Managing Director Barbara LeSaint will present their artisanal chocolate factory and the artisan’s profession. Then they’ll teach you how to eat chocolate (is by the fistful not the correct way?) so that you, ya know, actually savor the flavor. Plus … wine! | 6pm. $40. Alliance française de Philadelphie, 1420 Walnut St. afphila.com

Outdoors | Disco Skate

Skates. Grooves. Moves. That’s the trifecta behind this awesome blade-based event. Lace up those sharp shoes and get ready to let loose to the sultry, saucy sounds of the 70s. We’re talkin’ disco. We’re talkin’ hard rock. We’re talkin’ Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac and a whole heaping helping of Freddie Mercury (did you know they made a movie about him? Crazy). You won’t wanna miss this hoppin’ dance craze, so get off that couch and get ready to move and groove. | 7pm. Free. Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th St. centercityphila.org

Music | Dysrhythmia w/ Pyrrhon, Cleric

Good luck finding a groove here. Not that there aren’t plenty of grimy, gritty grooves to be had; just that they’re probably gonna be buried in impossible-to-understand vocals and time signatures as unsettled as the President when he has to use a word with more than two syllables. Seriously though, this is gonna be a heart-stopping, mind-bending, throat-tearing good time, and you won’t wanna miss it. | 8pm. $14. MilkBoy, 1100 Chestnut St. ticketfly.com

Dance | Drake / Cardi / Post / Britney Dance Party

When is a dance a party? And when is a party really just a dance? And when is a dance party a good time? All the time, dummy. Seriously though, if there’s dancing, it’s a party. But if there’s partying, it’s not necessarily a dance. Heretofore, if you wanna get down with the sick sounds of Drake and Co., head on over to Kung Fu Necktie for an evening of pop rockin’ and bee boppin’, where it’s always a party, but that sure as shit doesn’t mean you have to dance. | 10pm. $5. Kung Fu Necktie, 1248 N. Front St. eventbrite.com


Community | Lunar New Year at the Rail Park

There’s a been about a metric butt ton (feel free to check our math on that) of lunar new year-related events over the last couple of weeks, and we just wanna go on record as saying we think that’s legit awesome. The world is a better place when we’re all sharing what makes us special and unique. And while we or you or that person over there may not celebrate the lunar new year in early February, that doesn’t mean we can’t get down with some Lion Dancing, calligraphy lessons and/or lots of delicious food. | 12pm. Free. The Rail Park, 1300 Noble St. chinatown-pcdc.org

Music | My Chemical Slow Dance

Emo kids (and former emo kids, now emo adults aka That Girl in Your Office With The Saves The Day Patch on Her Laptop Bag) get it. They really do. And what we mean by that is they’ve managed to turn their genre of music into an entire series of insane Halloween-esque events. Like this one. Dress up in your best and most formal attire, then show up to The Fillmore for an evening of pop-punk, punch and Prom Like You Always Wished It Had Been. | 9pm. $14. The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen St. concerts1.livenation.com

Music | Space Jesus

Space Jesus seems like a weird dude. But in all the right kind of ways. Like, if you met him at a party, he might seem spaced out and awkward and you’d walk away from talking to him thinking maybe you’d said something wrong. But then you’ll bump into him again out front later and he’ll remember your name and what you talked about and smile like you’ve known one another for years, all before asking if you’ve got any has. So like, definitely weird. But good weird. | 8pm. $25. The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen St. concerts1.livenation.com

Comedy | Jim Gaffigan: Quality Time Tour

It’s funny (see what we did there?), Jim Gaffigan always makes us think of raunchy comedy, of gross-out stuff that’s crude and ridiculous … and in a lot of ways, that’s exactly what Jim seems to be about (hot pocket!). But he’s also not a cusser, not a big fan of racy subjects or over-the-top material. He’s like a goofy dad who just happens to actually be funny. In fact, that might be exactly what he is. Dudes got like, 12 kids, after all. | 7pm. Prices vary. The Met Philly, 858 N. Broad St. concerts1.livenation.com

Bar Crawl | Cupid’s Bar Crawl 2019

It might not be Valentine’s Day yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get a jump on the all the flowers and fornica- … nevermind. Seriously though, this holiday’s all about the hoochie and we’re tryin’ our very best to get you there. Old City’s got bars for days and that means all kinds of ways to enjoy yourself on this Cupid crawl. Drink, love, be merry … just don’t get too carried away and make sure you keep your hands to yourself. | 9pm. Prices vary. Old City, Market St. eventbrite.com

Fitness | Sweat + Sip

Yoga isn’t for everyone. Alcohol isn’t for everyone. But we gotta say, combining the two seems like one hell of a hot idea. Not literally hot, of course. Hot yoga and hot beer sounds like a recipe for sea sickness on land. Maybe hot yoga and a hot toddy, but even that sounds a little like overkill. Nah, we’ll stick with our normal yoga class followed by a complimentary mimosa or bloody mary from Grubhouse, thank you very much. | 9am. Prices vary. The Bourse Philly, 111 S. Independence Mall E. sweat-fitness.ticketleap.com


Shop | Lovers and Others Market

What better way to celebrate the upcoming Day of Valentine than with local vendors and artisans, a polaroid photo booth, tarot readings, caricatures and, of course, plenty of jewels. Jewels for the buying. Jewels for the selling. Jewels for aligning your chakras and destroying your enemies (ok, maybe not that last one … yet). It’s a local artisan market tailor made for Philly. So bring a lover or an other, just make sure you get yourself there. | 1pm. Free. Sphinx and Snakeskin, 45 N. 2nd St. bloodmilkjewels.com

Food & Drink | Beer and Girl Scout Cookies

We’ve gone on record numerous times that the evil geniuses at Evil Genius are undoubtedly actual geniuses (we’re still up in the air on the evil part). Their beer game is great, of course, but honestly … their event acumen may be even more stunning. Take this event, for example. Girl Scout Cookies? Awesome. Beer? Awesome. Put it together and you get … Double Awesome aka, a tasting event unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. | 3pm. $40. Evil Genius Beer Company, 1727 N Front St. evil-genius-beer-company.ticketleap.com

Show | Glitter High, Drag Out

We love an event like this (and not just because it involves drag queens, although drag queens are amazing creatures with incredible power and should be treated as such). Donations are encouraged, but not demanded, so if you’re not rolling in it, you can still get in and enjoy the event. Which, in today’s cost-conscious world is more than just a boon; it’s a gift. So go and get glitter high … even if you’re not necessarily livin’ the high life. | 8pm. Prices vary. Tattooed Mom, 530 South St. tattooedmomphilly.com

Music | The Wall Live Extravaganza

Sorry to disappoint any MAGA maniacs out there (and really, what are you doing reading this paper anyway? Don’t you know we consort with losers and less-thans and people who think everyone should have a fair shake in life?), this isn’t The Wall you’re looking for. It’s Pink Floyd’s “Wall,” only made new again. If you’ve never had a chance to see Pink Floyd live, this may be the closest you’ll ever come. | 8pm. Prices vary. The Fillmore, 29 E. Allen St. concerts1.livenation.com

Art | 11th Annual Heart show

11 years later, this kind of awesomeness is still going strong … man, what an awesome city we get to call home. There’s all the important stuff, of course, like there’s one heart per artist and you have to pick them up at the Fishtown location. Plus, all unsold hearts from the last decade will be available. But then there’s the really, really important stuff, like that all proceeds from the show go to benefit Planned Parenthood of Philly. Like we said … our city is awesome. | 9pm. Free. Jinxed Fishtown, 1331 Frankford Ave. jinxedphiladelphia.com

Fitness | Resolution Rx 2019

Well, kids. It’s been a little more than a month … how’re those resolutions holding up? Good, huh? Oh yeah, we totally believe you. No, no–no need to prove it to us by running a mile in under 15 minutes. Like we said, we totally believe you. But, ya know, just in case, we’ll leave this annual, one-day fitness and wellness expo that allows you to experience classes from local fitness studios and gyms for $7 right here. Ya know. Just in case. | 9am. $7. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia, 433 Chestnut St. eventbrite.com


Community | Criminal Justice Reform Conversation and Panel

One Book, One Philadelphia back at it with the badness. By which we mean goodness. By which we mean criminal justice reform, which is both good and bad. District Attorney Larry Krasner and Chief Public Defender Keir Bradford-Grey will discuss how their offices are working together to affect criminal justice policy and reform, and a panel of formerly incarcerated leaders will discuss advocacy in juvenile justice, reentry services and local policy. Bad … becoming good. | 630pm. Free. Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine St. eventbrite.com

Give Back | Ava Day at TMJ’s

Ava is a little girl. Ava is sick. Ava needs your/my/everyone’s help. Tall Man Joe’s has made it very easy for you to help Ava. All you gotta do? Go to Tall Man Joe’s. Enjoy a tall boy. Maybe some wings. Really, it doesn’t matter what you get, just make sure you get enough to make a difference (if you want … no pressure at all). 20% of proceeds from open to close go to Ava’s fight, so get there when you can, spend what you will. | 11am. Free. Toll Man Joe’s, 26 E. Oregon Ave. tollmanjoes.com

Show | ‘National Treasure’ – A Live Reading

You know who/what is a real national treasure? Nic Freakin’ Cage. The man has been in so many movies, it’s literally impossible to keep count. Snake Eyes. Leaving Las Vegas. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. The Family Man. The Rock. Gone in 60 Seconds. Face/Off. And so many, many more. But you’ve never seen a Nic Cage movie like this, ie; as a dramatic reading with live performers. Prepare yourself for the truest love story of all … Nic Cage and the Declaration of Independence (and all of us). | 7pm. Free. Tattooed Mom

530 South St. tattooedmomphilly.com

Learn | Adventures of a Vatican Astronomer

What can a Vatican astronomer teach you? There’s only one way to find out, and that’s by attending this awesome event from The Magi Project and The Collegium Institute. Seriously though, this is like something straight out of a Dan Brown novel. Which potentially means both good and bad things, generally speaking. But all we know for certain is there’s bound to be an albino monk and some level of murderous intrigue. | 530pm. Free. Bodek Lounge, 3417 Spruce St. eventbrite.com

Comedy | The Seltzer Hour

Cool. Refreshing. Comedy. That’s what The Seltzer Hour has in store for any of you laugh-chasing lunatics out there. There will also be Seltzer. We don’t know exactly what that means, since they choose to treat it as a proper noun, but our assumption is that it’s some kind of wildly hilarious secret add-on that only the organizers know about. Or it’s, ya know, actual seltzer. Either way we’ll be happy. | 730pm. $5. Philly Improv Theater, 2030 Sansom St. eventbrite.com

Show | ‘We’ll Sleep When We’re Dead’

Part of Philly Theater Week 2019, We’ll Sleep When We’re Dead is the brainchild of the wild minds behind the Hum’n’bards. In a world where government-mandated chipping to end the need for sleep provides new ways to exploit workers, dreams are all but extinct. Why? Well, my dear friends, it can be difficult to dream – big or small, real or imagined – when there’s no sleep. All that being said, if this dystopian future was what we needed to finally make Sleepeasies a thing, well, we’re onboard. | 8pm. $5. L’etage, 624 S. 6th St. humnbards.ticketleap.com


Poetry | You Can’t Kill a Poet

You’re god damn right, you can’t. For the uninitiated, the idea of poets being immortal is, in fact, entirely metaphorical (who would’ve guessed, right?). But it’s also, in a way, literal (not to be confused with literary, although they are sometimes that too). It basically means that you can’t hurt a poet, because being creative is often being in pain. Pain to conjure your art. Pain to endure the response. Pain to return to the well, again and again and again. Plus, if you get published, that shit stays on the internet for like … weeks. Maybe even months. | 730pm. Free. Tattooed Mom, 530 South St. tattooedmomphilly.com

Learn | The Daguerreotypes of Robert Cornelius

Atlas Obscura is fantastic. They make it their business to find the strangest, most obscure stories and bring them right to us. Sometimes, even in flesh form (that sounded so dark, but we swear we only sorta kinda meant it in that way)! Here, Atlas Obscura and The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts explore early photography in Philadelphia and current preservation efforts, all through the lens (see what we did there?) of the work of Philadelphians Paul Beck Goddard and Robert Cornelius. | 530pm. $25. Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts, 264 S. 23rd St. eventbrite.com

Learn | Quick and Dirty Screen Printing

We’re always in for anything quick and dirty. Just kidding. Sorta. But seriously, an event like this where you get to learn how to make something and then take those making skills and the knowledge that comes with them home to, well, make your own stuff, is just the best. It’s like, you’re paying someone who knows how to screen print, to teach you to screen print, so you won’t have to pay other people to screen print for you. There’s a word for that, but we can’t think of it right now. | 6pm. $90. Second State Press, 1400 N. American St. secondstatepress.org

Learn | Backyard Chicken Keeping

This is another one of those, “here’s money, teach me how to do a thing so I don’t have to pay people to do a thing for me.” Only here, instead of screen printing or fixing a cracked iPhone screen, it’s chickens. Seriously though, it might seem crazy to keep chickens in a city. But you can get free eggs, cute ass chicks (everyone loves cute chicks) and a backyard full of squawking best friends. All you gotta do is give em food and a warm place to sleep. | 7pm. $30. Mt. Airy Nexus, 520 Carpenter Ln. eventbrite.com

Dating | Sick of JSwipe 2019

Man, dating really is the worst. Until you find someone. Then, well … then it’s all roses and rug burns. But before the fun times comes the not-so-fun, maybe-even-awful times of dating and hanging out and seeing where things go and letting the other person pick the place you eat because you fear judgement, or judging them because they pick Taco Bell. If you’re Jewish and looking for love in 2019 outside Tinder, then this event may well be perfect for you. | 6pm. $12. Franky Bradley’s, 1320 Chancellor St. tribe12.org

Learn | House Plant Heroes

It’s been a minute since we’ve included a nice drink-and-learn-about-plants event, so here’s to hoping we got a whole bunch of house plant enthusiasts in the audience. Or, better yet, a bunch of not yet-but-desperately-hoping-to-be-house plant-enthusiasts, because, let’s be real, if you already know the ins and outs of house plant ownership then you’ve probably got little reason to show up to this. Unless you just like hanging out. Which, ya know … we’re cool with. | 7pm. $20. Frankford Hall, 1210 Frankford Ave. eventbrite.com


Comedy | Luenell: A Valentine’s Spectacular

Luenell is one of those comedians you recognize the minute you see her, but then you can’t come up with exactly where you know her from. Trust us; she’s been in hella awesome stuff. But we’d like to focus for a moment, if we can, on two of her best roles. We can’t decide which is our favorite, so we’ll leave it up to you … Dylan Toback in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and the hooker Borat brings to dinner with southern conservatives. | 830pm. $40. Warmdaddy’s, 1400 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd. eventbrite.com

Trivia | Leslie Knope’s Galentine Quizzo Night

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, and you know what that means … Parks and Recs trivia! Seriously though, the entire idea of Galentine’s Day (a celebration of all the women warriors in your life) is magical. It should be a national holiday–look out for our petition in next week’s Scene. Anyway, if you think you know all there is to know about Pawnee and its colorful band of locals, then skip the whizz palace and order up another round of Snakejuice. | 9pm. Free. City Tap University City, 3925 Walnut St. citytap.com

Trivia | Real Housewives Trivia to benefit the PSPCA

Hosted by Bennett from 96.5 TDY and Beth Lawrence, this is an evening of trivia that’s sure to make you say, “Oh, thank God I’m not the only one.” We have a sneaking suspicion that a lot more people watch Real Housewives than would actually own up to it. And again, there’s literally nothing wrong with watching Real Housewives. If it helps you forget your day, then more power to you. Just, ya know, be better. That’s all. | 7pm. $8. Punch Line Philly, 33 E. Laurel St. concerts1.livenation.com

Film | ‘Romeo + Juliet’

BYO. BYO. BYO. We’re committed to giving you all the most important info right upfront, so if you’re thinking about coming to this screening of Baz Luhrmann’s wild retelling of the classic tale, “Romeo + Juliet,” there you go. It’s BYO. Six packs of beer. Bottles of wine. You know, the good stuff (no full bottles of liquor). Then, sit back and enjoy wispy Claire Danes, almost-as-wispy Leo and, of course, everyone’s favorite Capulet, John Leguizamo. | 730pm. $8. PFS Roxy Theater, 2023 Sansom St. filmadelphia.secure.force.com

Learn | Atomic Love

Whether you’re part of a loving couple or rolling stag, this is your chance to find out more about the science behind that mysterious thing we call love. Well … sorta. In that, David E. Dunning will tell the story of Dmitri Mendeleev’s periodic table and the “relationships” discovered between elements. But it won’t all be that exciting. There’s also a reception featuring live music and hors d’oeuvres and drinks inspired by the theme of love. | 7630pm. $20. Science History Institute, 315 Chestnut St. eventbrite.com

Music | Yung Gravy: Experience the Sensation Tour

Yung Gravy is a 21-year-old rapper from Minnesota. If that, combined with the above picture, isn’t enough to get you to the show, then we really don’t know what else to say. How about this? According to Gravy, he “makes music for your mother, your sister, and even your father.” He also refers to himself as “sweet, creamy, succulent Gravy.” So. Ya know. There’s that. | 9pm. $22. TLA, 334 South St. concerts1.livenation.com


Valentine’s Day | Sweetheart Skate

Love, love, love and more love. That’s what this event, and all the others that follow, are all about. Really, that’s what this city is about. And not just brotherly love. Sisterly love. Fatherly love. Motherly love. Cousin-ly love. All the love, all the time. That’s what we’re about 24/7, but it’s not so often we get to share it with you all, and the rest of the people at the rink. Watch out, kids! It’s triple lutz time! | 4pm. Prices vary. Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th St. centercityphila.org

Valentine’s Day | Valentine’s Day Comedy And Dinner Show

Comedy. Live music. Love. Honestly, what else could you need? Well, how about a surf and turf dinner? Yeah, that’s good too (though we’ve got mad love for the vegans and vegetarians amongst us, and wouldn’t begrudge anyone a nice tofu dinner). Put it all together and what do you get? Buddy Love’s Valentine’s Day Comedy and Dinner Show. Man, with a name like that, it’s almost like he was made for this. | 730pm. Prices vary. Ukie Club, 847 N. Franklin St. belovenation.com

Valentine’s Day | Hedwig and the Angry Inch: Valentine’s Day Benefit Performance

Starring the award winning reTHEATER cast, featuring Mimi Imfurst from RuPaul’s Drag Race as Hedwig, this one-time performance of the raucous Broadway hit will go to benefit the Attic Youth Center, which creates opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth to develop into healthy, independent, civic-minded adults. ‘Nuff said, amiright? | 8pm. Prices vary. Voyeur Nightclub, 1221 Saint James St. eventbrite.com

Valentine’s Day | Vegantine’s Day Dinner

Veganites, unite! It’s gonna be a tasty veggie-only culinary experience, and only you and Cupid are invited. Well, plus your date … assuming you have a date. We didn’t mean to assume you had a date, though it’d be kinda weird if you didn’t and–know what? We’re gonna stop talking now. This prix fixe gets you five courses of delicious vegan awesomeness … and a whole evening without anyone asking when your date is gonna show up. | 7pm. $40. Saint Benjamin Brewing Company, 1710 N. 5th St. stbenjaminbrewing.com

Valentine’s Day | Neon Nights Lingerie Party

Love means different things to different people. Who are we to judge? For some people, it’s a quiet dinner at home with their significant other. For other people, it’s a cold drink at an empty bar, with a muted tv on in the corner. And for others still, it’s 15 lingerie models and a whole lot of neon. Look, all three options sound good to us … we’re just here to let you know what’s going on. No muss, no fuss, no judgement … just fun. | 9pm. Prices vary. TLO Event Complex, 1621 Cecil B. Moore Ave. eventbrite.com

Valentine’s Day | Love Letter Steve Powers Pop-Up!

Looking for something a little out of left field for Valentine’s Day 2019? Well, look no further, because the baddies behind Mural Arts and the Love Letter project are coming in with another batch of bus window beauty. Steve Powers, artist and creator of the Love Letter project, is gonna spend his day alongside Cupid live printing a special love-related image at the Suburban Concourse Station on Valentine’s Day. It’s free and a little dirty … this is about as left field as we can go | 11am. Free. Suburban Station, Concourse Level at Track 0, Section A, 16th St. and JFK Blvd. muralarts.org

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