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    Stiff Little Fingers
    Underground ArtsSeptember 18, 2014 8:00 PM
    1200 Callowhill Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19108
    Stiff Little Fingers is a punk band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, that has been active since 1977--during the heyday of punk and the height of political tension between Northern Ireland and England. The band originally started out as a rock group, doing cover songs, until discovering punk. Drawing from the turmoil the band's members were experiencing in their homeland, the music the group created became a perfect musical outlet. They since rose to rock 'n roll stardom with a series of independent hits in the 70s and 80s. Despite breaking up several times and the reformation of its line-up, Stiff Little Fingers is still recording and performing to this day.
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    Burlesque-n-beyond Followed By Archedream and Love Catastrophe
    Underground ArtsSeptember 18, 2014 11:00 PM
    1200 Callowhill Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19108
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    Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American
    National Museum of American Jewish HistorySeptember 18, 2014 10:00 AM
    101 South Independence Mall East
    Philadelphia, PA 19106

    The exhibition Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American showcases the stories of different immigrants and minorities that explore how they become American through the sport and culture of baseball. These diverse stories come from Jews, Africans, Latinos, Italians and Asians. The exhibit features a variety of journeys of people feeling welcomed and part of American society due to baseball and its ability to help people connect with a country and its residents. 



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    Union TransferSeptember 18, 2014 8:30 PM
    1026 Spring Garden Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19123
    Brooklyn-based Rubblebucket is truly a 21st Century band with little regard for genre or conventional songwriting. Combining styles of electronic dance music, afrobeat, hip-hop and indie pop, the group refused to be pigeonholed by those who want easily digestible music. Rubblebucket is particularly known for their live show, during which all 8 members represent the spectrum of influence that sets them a part from the rest.
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    La Bête
    Arden Theatre CompanySeptember 18, 2014 8:00 PM
    40 North 2nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    The stuffy Elomire and the foppish Valere struggle for power in a royal court-sponsored theater troupe in the hit comedy "La Bête". Arden favorite Scott Greer, one of Philadelphia's most gifted comedic actors, plays the starring role in this revival and award-winning director Emmanuelle Delpech takes the helm. A modern comedy written in iambic pentameter, the plot was inspired by real-life 17th-century French playwright and actor Molière. Playwright David Hirson's 1991 comedy has enjoyed runs on Broadway and in London's West End.
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    Intimate Exchanges
    The Arcadia Stage - Arden Theatre CompanySeptember 18, 2014 8:00 PM
    40 North 2nd Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19106
    Think you know the consequences of smoking? Think again, as none of the familiar outcomes are as amazing, heart-breaking, hilarious and tragic as those pending a character's decision on whether or not to light up in "Intimate Exchanges". A cross between live theater and a grown-up "Choose Your Own Adventure" novel, "Intimate Exchanges" is a marathon multiple-choice drama, a cascade of 16 potential outcomes flowing from a single decision dictated by the audience. Two actors -- Jennifer Childs and Tony Lawton -- play eight possible roles in this ingenious and involving play from Sir Alan Ayckbourn, the Tony-winning playwright with more than 40 West End and Broadway smashes to his credit. Now Mary Carpenter directs a fresh, ever exciting take from 1812 Productions.
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