Hello Weekend!

Photograph by MEPPOL

It’s finally Friday!  So, what’s going on in town?  What’s there to do?  Well, some things that have caught my eye are listed below.

  • JB Smoove of Pootie Tang (now a regular on Curb Your Enthusiasm) is going to be in town this weekend.    Shows are 8 & 10PM on Friday, 7 & 9PM on Saturday at the Palm Beach Improv located at 550 S Rosemary Ave., Suite 250, West Palm Beach.  Tickets cost $23.80 but you can try calling to see if they have any free tickets available (2 drink minimum).   Shhh, you didn’t hear it from me.
  • RENT will be showing at the Lake Worth Playhouse until the 31st of the month.  They’re located at 713 Lake Avenue in Lake Worth. Tickets cost $25-29 and can be purchased online or at the box office by calling (561) 586- 6410.  Student discounts are available.
  • From now until October 17, Morikami Museum & Japanese Garden will be exhibiting “Kaiju! Monster Invasion!” (vintage toys from the 50s-80s).  Admission is $12.00 for adults, $11 for seniors (65+), $7 for children ages 6-17 & college students with college ID.  I absolutely love this place.  They’re always looking for volunteers if you’re interested.
  • You can always check out a restaurant, have been meaning to go to Havana Hideout & The Cottage, both in downtown Lake Worth.  Also, Sundy House in downtown Delray is offering 4-course prix-fixe dinners for $34.95.
  • Looking to catch a movie?  There’s Mos Art Theatre in Lake Park, located at 700 Park Avenue, Lake Park.  Phone is (561) 337-6763.  I sure wouldn’t mind going to see Micmacs!  *hint hint*
  • Staying home?  Invite some friends over for drinks then enjoy a not so sober game of Twister.
  • Last but certainly not least, check out the Low Down Dirty Blues play at Kravis Center.  Now through September 5th.  Tickets are $47-50.  Call 561-585-3433

The born-in-Chicago revue Low Down Dirty Blues explores both the sociopolitical oppression and the sexual hunger that inspired many a great blues song. Though the piece still needs work, it already possesses myriad musical and thematic riches. Visit the show’s imaginary late-night blues club and you’ll take a journey dotted with despair, hope, spirituality, defiance and more sexual metaphors than you can imagine. – Miami Herald

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