What’s Buzzing In Philly This Weekend with Molly Eichel

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Buzz Show Entertainment Correspondent Molly Eichel

Buzz Show Entertainment Correspondent Molly Eichel

We love it when Molly Eichel stops by the studio on Friday because she gives us such great ideas on what to do in the city and suburbs over the weekend. She takes all the work out of the question, “What should we do this weekend?”  And now with the holidays coming there are lots of festive family events happening and she’s got it all in her weekly report for us.
FRIDAY
  1. Family: Tricked-out gingerbread replicas of historic Fairmount Park houses. Architecture has never looked this delicious. The Shots at Liberty Place, 26th and Chestnut streets, through Dec. 9, FREE, parkcharms.com
  2. “The Liar,” St. Stephen’s Theater, 19 S. 10th St, through Dec. 2, $30-$38, 215-829-0395: 16th century playwright Pierre Corneille gets the David Ives treatment in a new production by the Lantern Theater co. It’s about a lying lady’s man his myriad of women problems.
  3. Tweed Ride: Waterworks Restaurant, 640 Waterworks D. 215-236-9000, tweedride.phlbikes.com, Leisurely ride bikes around the city and compete for superlatives like “Most Dapper Chap” and “Most Snappy Lass”
 SATURDAY
  1. Ray LaMontagne, Tower Theater, 69th and Ludlow Streets, 8 p.m., $39.50-59.50, 800-745-3000, livenation.com
  2. Family: Tricked-out gingerbread replicas of historic Fairmount Park houses. Architecture has never looked this delicious. The Shots at Liberty Place, 26th and Chestnut streets, through Dec. 9, FREE, parkcharms.com
  3. “The Liar,” St. Stephen’s Theater, 19 S. 10th St, through Dec. 2, $30-$38, 215-829-0395: 16th century playwright Pierre Corneille gets the David Ives treatment in a new production by the Lantern Theater co. It’s about a lying lady’s man his myriad of women problems.
  4. Tweed Ride: Waterworks Restaurant, 640 Waterworks D. 215-236-9000, tweedride.phlbikes.com, Leisurely ride bikes around the city and compete for superlatives like “Most Dapper Chap” and “Most Snappy Lass”
SUNDAY
  1. Music: Connor Oberst, Kimmel Center,  300 South Broad St., 8 p.m., $50-$105
  2. Family: Tricked-out gingerbread replicas of historic Fairmount Park houses. Architecture has never looked this delicious. The Shots at Liberty Place, 26th and Chestnut streets, through Dec. 9, free, parkcharms.com
  3. “The Liar,” St. Stephen’s Theater, 19 S. 10th St, through Dec. 2, $30-$38, 215-829-0395: 16th century playwright Pierre Corneille gets the David Ives treatment in a new production by the Lantern Theater co. It’s about a lying lady’s man his myriad of women problems.
  4. Tweed Ride: Waterworks Restaurant, 640 Waterworks D. 215-236-9000, tweedride.phlbikes.com, Leisurely ride bikes around the city and compete for superlatives like “Most Dapper Chap” and “Most Snappy Lass”
MONDAY – FRIDAY
  1. Monday: hitRECord: Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad St., 9 p.m., , $19.50-$39.50, kimmelcenter.org: Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt shows off entries from his open-collaborative production company and even acts himself with members of the audience produced by the hitRECord community.
  2. Family: Tricked-out gingerbread replicas of historic Fairmount Park houses. Architecture has never looked this delicious. The Shots at Liberty Place, 26th and Chestnut streets, through Dec. 9, free, parkcharms.com
  3. “The Liar,” St. Stephen’s Theater, 19 S. 10th St, through Dec. 2, $30-$38, 215-829-0395: 16th century playwright Pierre Corneille gets the David Ives treatment in a new production by the Lantern Theater co. It’s about a lying lady’s man his myriad of women problems.
  4. Tweed Ride: Waterworks Restaurant, 640 Waterworks D. 215-236-9000, tweedride.phlbikes.com, Leisurely ride bikes around the city and compete for superlatives like “Most Dapper Chap” and “Most Snappy Lass”
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