Buzz sends Molly on the road…she’s calls us from a press event for the upcoming movie The Hobbit from New York City. But even though she’s there, she still let’s us know what’s happening in our cityof Brotherly Love. Here are some great events to help you plan some additional Holiday shopping and festive and fun events over the weekend and beyond!
Nothing good coming out this week. Instead, catch up on Oscar favorites before the onslaught of really good movies happens … unless you really want to go see Playing for Keeps, which, I promise you, you do not.

Simian Mobile Disco: DJ duo from England perform at the last Making Time of the year, a massive, late-night party that’s always a sweaty good time. Fri., Dec. 7, 9 p.m.-3 a.m., $10-15,

Crafty Balboa: Looking for higher class one of a kind gifts? Go here and get lots of DIY-ables. Sat., Dec. 8, 11 a.m.-5 p.m, FREE, Neumann Goretti, 1736 South 10th St. (1736 South 10th St)

Running of the Santas: Skip the pub crawl and drink on your own if you must, but definitely check out the drunk Santas run from Finnegan’s Wake (3rd and Spring Garden)  to the Electric Factory (7th and Spring Garden). Stay for the festivities inside the Electric Factory. Run starts at 4 p.m. sharp.

Punk Rock Flea Market: Find weirdo Christmas gifts. This flea market is part craft fair, part stoop sale, all weird fun. Sun., Dec. 9, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., $3, Punk Rock Flea Market Dome, 461 N. Ninth St.Latkepalooza: My favorite part of being a Jew is latkes. Chefs from all over the city come and show off in the form of potato pancakes. Sun., Dec. 9, 2-4pm. $5-$18. Gershmam Y, 401 S. Broad St. 215.545.4400. gershamy.orgSanta visits Frankford Hall: Want to avoid the mall Santa madness? Santa is visiting Frankford Hall on Dec. 9, 15 and 16. Kids eat free between noon and 3 p.m. and adorable photo ops will be had.


PhilaDanco’s Back to Black: A exploration of black pop culture seen through the lens of Philly’s legendary dance troupe. Dec. 7-9, $29-$46, Kimmel Center, Broad and Spruce Streets,