This Week In Philebrity Events: All Over The Place!


It’s definitely fall: Here in the office, we’ve been working like crazy to invent all kinds of fun events that will pretty much stretch through the entire season, until it’s January and we all go back on Zoloft. We’ve got a ton of MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS coming up in a bit, but before we do, we wanted to hip you to some stuff that’s going on this week. So let’s start with the now-weekly Philebrity Salon, Tuesday nights at 700. In addition to going weekly, Phileb Salon is also proud to welcome new resident DJ Kyle Andrews, a man for whom jazz and other music is the very air that he breathes. We have no idea if that sentence is grammatically correct, but it just goes to show you how excited we are. Plus, as we’ve been promising for some time now, the Salon will be featuring special programming each week — in addition to our rotating artisanal cocktail list from inventive barkeeps Anders Larson and Kurt Wunder — from meetups to guest DJs to screenings and readings. As always, if you’ve got suggestion for an event to be held at Philebrity Salon, email us at tips[at]philebrity[dot]com.


It’s our belief that this one speaks for itself.



And on Friday night, here at 2424 Studios, Philebrity is pleased to present what is shaping up to be an enchanting fall evening with three of the Philadelphia area’s most alluring folk acts: Lewis & Clarke, Meg Baird and Sir Charles Latham, now performing under the moniker Death Panel. Also currently showing in the gallery space at 2424 Studios are new works by Noel Hefele, Ron Johnson, Shane Leddy, Matt Maloney, and Michael Xander. Won’t you join us?

2 Responses to “This Week In Philebrity Events: All Over The Place!”

  1. ride1076 Says:

    I just checked the archives, and it was this week a year ago that your recommended weekend listening was ‘Bookends’ by Simon and Garfunkel. Nuts, huh? Just sayin.

  2. zachsan Says:

    foul. the Always Sunny party image definitely used to say “$1 drafts”. great, now i’ll have to get slightly less drunk.

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