Apr. 26th, 2017

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Mercury Loggia Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania 100 E Northwestern Ave Philadelphia, PA Copyright 2017, Bob Bruhin. All rights reserved. (prints via bruhin.us/Qz)

Join us for the Flight of a Lifetime benefitting the Animal Care & Control Team of Philadelphia (ACCT Philly).

Come taste and cast your vote as four of Philadelphia’s slickest bartenders do battle with their best Woodford Reserve Bourbon cocktail! Help us raise $7500 to support ACCT Philly’s Pet Food Pantry. This free service assists Philadelphians who need help feeding their dogs and cats, enabling them to keep their beloved pets at home.


Brian Kane of Abe Fisher

Christine Castro of Heritage

Tim Mackay of Stateside

Scott Schultheis of The Trestle Inn


Four Cocktails

Complimentary Lite Bites

Silent Auction & 50/50 Raffle

Go Go by Trestle Special Connie Love

$25 Donation to ACCT Philly’s Pet Food Pantry




Can’t make it to the Bourbon Battle? Please consider making a $25 donation to ACCT Philly’s Pet Food Pantry.

Sponsored by Woodford Reserve and Philadelphia Animal Rescue Collaborative – PARC

#BourbonBattle Abe Fisher Heritage Stateside Philly Woodford Reserve #animalwelfare #charity

Source: 5th Annual Bourbon Battle Tickets, Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

In July of 1973, 22-year-old lesbian Olga Hepnarová plowed her truck into a crowd of people on a Prague sidewalk, killing eight and seriously injuring 12, most of them elderly. It was not an accident: as Hepnarova detailed in letters she had sent to newspapers prior to her crime, she was committing the mass murder as an act of revenge against a society that had cruelly bullied her throughout her life, and she intended her crime to serve as a warning to other oppressors that the downtrodden may occasionally strike back. Utterly remorseless and entirely sane, Hepnarová was found guilty and hanged less than two years later, the last woman ever executed in Czechoslovakia. I, Olga Hepnarova, the award-winning debut of Czech writer-directors Tomáš Weinreb and Petr Kazda, revisits this tragedy, transforming it into one of the most unforgettable European films of recent years — an unsparing, haunting first-person portrait of loneliness and alienation. The extraordinary Michalina Olszanska (also starring as a ravenous singing mermaid in another 2017 CFF title, The Lure) makes Olga one of the angriest, most misanthropic main characters to emerge in some time, yet one always feels compassion and empathy for her, and her revulsion towards humanity. The film’s spare aesthetic and striking black-and-white cinematography evoke the European arthouse classics of the 1950s and 60s, but with a starkness that feels quite raw and unique. — Travis Crawford

Read programmer Travis Crawford’s interview with the directors and star: http://calvertjournal.com/articles/show/5904/i-olga-hepnarova-michalina-olszanska-tomas-weinreb-petr-kazda-czech-film

Official Website: http://iolgahepnarova.com/

Cinedelphia Film Festival : April 13-29, 2017



531 N. 12th Street


Source: I, OLGA HEPNAROVA – Tickets – PhilaMOCA – Philadelphia, PA – April 26th, 2017 | Ticketfly

From the bad brains behind Dead Flower’s Circus-Sideshow comes a mind melting, art installation without one vision but many. Art Without a Message is an open ended creative collaboration for the masses. The ingredients are performance art + visual art and everything in between. We give Philadelphia artists a space to create and then we all see what happens.

Hosted by Dead Flower’s veteran funny grrrl, Aliya Strychnine.

Join us for multi-media art extravaganza with no boundaries!

With performances by:

Aliya Strychnine

Anthony Taylor

Anomie Fatale

Cory Kram


Shizu Homma

Pretty Girl

+ Sloopygoop

With visual art by:

Amelia Josephina

Jackson Kay

Jason Lutz

Robert Dicks

Artists from SpArc Philadelphia

Artists vendors

+ more!!!

Hosted by:

Aliya Strychnine

Doors at 7pm with artist’s reception to follow // Performances at 10pm, $5-$15 donation suggested for performance artists


3rd Fl, Upstairs with elevator, front entrance has three steps. Will be acquiring portable ramp for future shows.

Beverages provided for 21+ with donation

319 Performance Space (aka AUX @ Vox Populi)

319 N. 11th St. 3rd floor

Philadelphia, PA, 191407

Source: Art Without A Message 2

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Loft District 1309 Noble Street (Last one!) Philadelphia, PA Wednesday, 12 May, 2010 (prints via ehood.us/4hD)

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