Pierre's Weekend Calendar

  Event Description Time / Location
10/31 - 11/2 Pierre's Weekend Calendar

Tickets on Sale this week Friday at 10am Billy Joel @ Bryce Jordan Center (State College) - December 5 Hannibal Buress @ Borgata Music Box- January 31 & @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center - January 30 Frank Caliendo @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center - April 24 @ 8pm August Burns Red @ TLA - March 8 The Devil Makes 3 @ TLA - January 11 Television @ TLA - December 29

Saturday at 10am One Direction @ Lincoln Financial Field- September 1

Shows This Weekend Friday Aaron Carter @ District N9NE   The Glitch Mob, The M Machine and Chrome Sparks @ Electric Factory   John Brown's Body @ North Star Bar   Matthew Fowler @ World Cafe Live   Ne-Yo, J. Cole, Young Jeezy, T.I.,  Kid Ink and more @ Wells Fargo Center   Run The Jewels, Ratking, Despot and Killer Mike @ TLA   Scythian @ The Ardmore Music Hall Steve Forbert and Greg Humphreys @ Sellersville Theater The Wonder Years, The Story So Far, Gnarwolves and Modern Baseball @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center Engelbert Humperdinck @ Harrah's Casino Hotel   Justin Hayward @ Borgata Music Box            Saturday   Born Of Osiris, Thy Art Is Murder, Betraying The Martyrs, Within The Ruins and Erra @ TLA   Bridget Everett @ Prince Music Theatre   Capitol Steps @ Keswick Theatre Hozier @ Trocadero Theatre   Jon Wayne and the Pain @ J.C. Dobbs   Jukebox The Ghost @ Union Transfer   Lettuce and Soulive @ Electric Factory   Mike Epps @ Sands Bethlehem Event Cntr This Will Destroy You @ First Unitarian Church   WAR @ Scottish Rite Auditorium Who's Bad - The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band @ Sellersville Theater Gallagher @ The Levoy Theatre (Millville)  The Guess Who @ Tropicana Jeffrey Ross @ Borgata Music Box   Louie Anderson @ Golden Nugget   Phillip Phillips @ Harrah's Casino Hotel

Sunday Capitol Steps @ Keswick Theatre David Knopfler @ Sellersville Theater  Lights and Rush Midnight @ TLA Los Lobos @ Kimmel Center Los Straitjackets @ World Cafe Live     "So You Think You Can Dance" @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center Split Red @ Johnny Brenda's  

What's going on at the Movies? New This Week: Nightcrawler (R) Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Bill Paxton, Riz Ahmed Before I Go To Sleep (R) Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Anne-Marie Duff Horns (R) Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Max Minghella, Joe Anderson, James Remar, Kelli Garner 10 Year Anniversary: Saw (R) Danny Glover, Cary Elwes, Monica Potter, Leigh Whannell, Ken Leung, Michael Emerson

Still in Theaters John Wick (R) Keanu Reeves, Michael Nyqvist, Alfie Allen, Adrianne Palicki, Dean Winters, Bridget Moynahan Ouija (PG-13) Olivia Cooke, Ana Coto, Darren Kagasoff, Bianca A. Santos, Douglas Smith, Matthew Settle Fury (R) Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal The Book Of Life (PG) Diego Luna, Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Ice Cube, Ron Perlman, Christina Applegate The Judge (R) Robert Downey, Jr., Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Vincent D'Onofrio, Billy Bob Thornton Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (PG) Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner, Megan Mullally, Dylan Minnette, Kerris Dorsey, Ed Oxenbould Dracula Untold (PG-13) Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Diarmaid Murtagh, Dominic Cooper, Samantha Barks Automata (R) Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Dylan McDermott Addicted (R) Sharon Leal, Boris Kodjoe, Tasha Smith, Tyson Beckford, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Kat Graham, William Levy

What's going on at the Movies?Saturday THE 34TH annual Philadelphia Jewish Film Fest, comprising more than a dozen premiere films from eight countries, starts Saturday and runs through Nov. 16. at multiple theaters across the city The festival opens with a screening of "Anywhere Else" (7:30 p.m. Saturday, Gershman Y, 401 S. Broad St.), a comic drama about a young, homesick Israeli woman who takes a break from Berlin and her boyfriend for a short vacation with the folks. She settles into the familiar bickering routine of home until her German boyfriend shows up unexpectedly, just as the family is maneuvering to set her up with a nice Jewish doctor. The festival includes a strong documentary section. "The Lady in Number 6" documents the life of Alice Herz-Sommer, the world's oldest Holocaust survivor, who talks about the importance of music in her life. There will be a screening at 7 p.m. Saturday (Landmark Ritz East, 125 S. 2nd St.) of the French film "24 Days," a blistering, fact-based procedural that follows the investigation into an anti-semitic gang's kidnapping and torture of Ilan Halimi, in France. It was directed by Alexandre Arcady and co-written by the victim's sister, Ruth Halimi. The festival's centerpiece screening is the Holocaust drama "Run Boy Run" , based on the best-seller about an 8-year-old Jewish boy trying to survive in Nazi Occupied Poland. For info visit PJFF.org

What's Going on at MMR? JAXON'S FACEMELT FRIDAY! Every first Friday of the month we deliver a    12-Pack that is loud, fast, heavy, blistering, burning, and all of those other abrasive adjectives that describe this lovely type of rock n' roll music. Starting around 4:30pm.

All Weekend MMR Goes to Eleven Weekend As you flip your calendar to November, MMR Goes to Eleven! All weekend long we will be featuring your favorite Rock songs of the louder/faster variety!

Saturday Night The Flyers take on the Panthers starting at 7pm right here on MMR...

Sunday Markus in the Darkus will hit you with an extra hour of "Time" songs as the clocks fall back at 2am on Sunday Morning. Pierre, Jacky Bam Bam & Bill Weston will be at the 34th Annual A.B.A.T.E. Motorcycle Toy Run “For the Kids” The motorcyclists will depart from Columbus Blvd and Spring Garden  at noon with a police escort and proceed to The Electric Factory, 421 N. 7th Street, The motorcyclists are expected to arrive at around 12:30 pm., when they will donate thousands of toys for the underprivileged children throughout the Philadelphia area. Representatives from A.B.A.T.E. and The City of Philadelphia will then assemble for a brief ceremony in the Electric Factory Center followed by a free concert featuring  Live at the Fillmore The Definitive Tribute to the Original Allman Brothers Band.   A procession of motorcyclists, led by Santa Claus, will ride from Spring Garden at Columbus Blvd  to Electric Factory to deliver toys to The United States Marine Corps for their “Toys For Tots” program  for the 34th Annual A.B.A.T.E. “For the Kids” motorcycle toy run. Alliance of Bikers Aimed Toward Education The run was formed in 1980 with less than thirty riders, but despite the change in size and recognition, one thing has remained constant through the years:  to bring the joy of Christmas to the children and a smile to their faces! This year Toy Run organizers are encouraging spectators to come out along the Parade Route or join us for the free concert at the Electric Factory, to show your support to the bikers who come from all walks in life to help children smile during this Holiday season. For more info visit: DelawareValleyAbate.com  

What's Going on around Philadelphia? Saturday Brad Fox Memorial 5k at the Plymouth Township Municipal Building, 700 Belvoir Road at 10am. The goal of the Brad Fox Memorial 5K Foundation is to raise funds through the annual Fox’s Trot 5K, and distribute any proceeds to police, and military members, families, and charities in need. All donations will be made in Brad’s name so he can continue to make a difference. For more info visit foxstrot5k.com

The 2014 debut of Phila. Flea’s indoor season at the Fed Ex Service Center (820 Spring Garden St.) is from 8 am to 4 pm, browse through setups from various vendors including Antique Rescue, The Pony Shed and more.

Wilmington Beer Week officially starts at 10 am  at Chelsea Tavern (821 N. Market St., Wilmington, Del.). The boozy events like crafts and drafts night, cheese night and Mexican night continue until Saturday, Nov. 8 at venues throughout Wilmington. For info visit: wilmingtonbeerweek.com

St. Neumann-Goretti High School (10th and Moore Streets) at 8 pm paying tribute to the days of Dick Clark’s Philadelphia Bandstand are classic musical acts The Dovells, Charlie Gracie, Philly Cuzz, Frankie and the Fashions and Four Seasons tribute group Lights Out.

Cheri Rogers was diagnosed with leukemia, she is on the way to recovery now having the blessing of received a steam cell transplant. But we are having a beef and beer benefit  at the Warminster VFW at 7pm $35 for a ticket. We have door prizes, raffles, and 50/50. Check out Facebook : fight with Cheri Check out gofundme.com Cheri Rogers What's Going on around Philadelphia? Saturday and Sunday Pies, fritters, dumplings, cider, butter — all of the apple variety at Peddler’s Village (Routes 202 and 263, Lahaska, Pa.). A plethora of musicians, kids entertainment and performers (no seeds included) will reign supreme at thee Apple Festival, running from 10 am. to 6 .m. each day. Look out for the opening of a new Saxbys coffee location in the Village, too.   Adventure Aquarium (1 Riverside Dr., Camden) from Saturday, Nov. 1 until Sunday, Nov. 9. The Weeki Wachee Mermaids will perform synchronized aquatic routines in the midst of the aquarium’s sharks, turtles and stingrays. Check them out between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for performances and meet the tailed beauties between 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Sunday Keep the kids entertained on Sunday, Nov. 2 with a completely free park festival in Liberty Lands Park (926 N. American St.). No need for convincing, this gathering, beginning at 1 p.m., will have face painters and a moon bounce. Dream come true.

What's Halloween around Philadelphia? Friday Henri David presents Halloween The Ball 9pm at Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel 201 N 17th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103. Once again, on Halloween, we meet to celebrate Philadelphia's only Halloween Ball, Henri David's 46 year long running tradition. Midnight Contest for: Most sensual fantasy (NEW CATEGORY) Most Horrifying,  Best Period Costume, Most Hysterical,  Most Original Couple, Most Beautiful Female Impersonator, Most Believable Female Impersonator, Best Celebrity Look-a-like and Most Unbelievably Spectacular $25 for those in costume $60 for Voyeurs

For grown up costumes: Tour the Philadelphia Museum of Art (26th St. and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway) after hours and see design students model costumes with an artful inspiration. Stay for a themed musical performance from local R&B band Natural Selection. Halloween at the Museum runs from 5 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.

For trick-or-treating: Candy gathering with a view: The Brandywine Zoo (1001 N. Park Dr., Wilmington, Del.) welcomes costumed youngsters to gallivant around the zoo from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

For a block party: The 7100 Block of Germantown Ave. in Mt. Airy will be the ultimate stop for all things monster with a Halloween dance, costume contest and mummy wrap competition from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Cow and the Curd will supply the eats.

For a cult classic: Let’s do the Time Warp again. “The Rocky Horror Show,” the musical that inspired the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” hits the stage at the Bucks County Playhouse (70 S. Main St., New Hope, Pa.) at 7:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

For a thriller: In honor of Orson Welles’ radio broadcast adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel, Drexel’s Co-op Theatre Company presents their own version of “War of the Worlds,” transforming the URBN Center Annex Black Box Theater (3401 Filbert St.) into a radio studio. The show begins at 8 p.m. and if you come in costume, you’ll be treated to free entry.

As if staring at the pitch black Delaware River isn’t spooky enough, the Spirit of Philadelphia hosts (401 S. Columbus Blvd.) its Halloween Cruise at 8 p.m.,  which includes an open bar with selected beverages and their signature beef and beer buffet featuring their new “build your own cheesesteak bar.” Dress in costume and be rewarded prizes throughout the night.

If you have a Halloween costume and you have a killer voice get to McGillin’s Olde Ale House (1310 Drury St.) for their Halloween Party. Beginning at 9 p.m., sip down on some spooky-themed drinks, participate in a costume contest, and sing your heart out to scara-okie.

The Southern-inspired Bourbon House, the Twisted Tail (509 S. 2nd St.) gets into the Halloween spirit during their Western-themed party, including live fire breathers, a fortune teller, live music, and fine spirits being served throughout this rootin’-tootin’ party. Event starts at 9 p.m.

The Trocadero Theatre (1003 Arch St.) invites guests to break out their inner vampire during Dracula’s Ball, which features live music by the Spider Lilies, Interface, DJ Hiem, and DJ Chase Paris throughout the night. This event is open to all ages. The fang sinking starts at 9 p.m.

The dead will rise, and un-dead, too, during the annual Night of the Philly Dead: Brews and Brains event held at the International House Philadelphia (3701 Chestnut St.) which will showcase cult-zombie films as well as a soulless corpse dance party. For guests who are into the zombie craze yet can’t do quite the Hollywood makeup job, makeup by NickieRenee and team will be on site. The deadly dancing starts at 9 p.m.

Leave your spirit on Trestle Inn’s (339 N. 11th St.) dance floor as their annual Halloween Party, At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul, event is set to take place at 9 p.m. This Brazilian-themed gala will have you shaking your hips to the Latin music spun by DJs, enter a costume party, and enjoy Dock Street Walker (a pale stout with roasted goat brains and cranberry) and special cocktails.

If you think your costume stands a chance in winning more than one category contest, you’re in luck. The annual Henri David Ball returns for a night of frightening entertainment at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel (201 N. 17th St.), where guests can enjoy live Halloween-themed entertainment and enter in numerous contests such as: most hysterical, most original couple, most believable female impersonator, a new most sensual fantasy category, and more. This tradition starts at 9 p.m.

If you’re wearing face paint this Halloween, make sure it’s sweat-proof. On Friday, Oct. 31, Union Transfer (1026 Spring Garden St.) converts into an asylum of spook, tunes, and dance during Making Time’s Pure Halloween bash. Beginning at 9 p.m., jam out to performances by Sammy Slice and Dave P, Mike Z, Dave Pack, Rocktits!, Broadzilla, Greg D, and a live rock-and-roll performance by the Dum Dum Girls.

The Hotel Monaco’s (433 Chestnut St.) Halloween Party doubles up on the trouble at 10 p.m. with a Heaven and Hell theme that will take visitors two both realms. Stratus Rooftop Bar and Lounge is for the angels out there, featuring cocktails, a DJ and champagne, and the first floor of Hotel Monaco is transformed into fire in brimstone with frightening tunes, and decorations. 

Think you can make Mickey Mouse look sexy? Fado Philadelphia (1500 Locust St.) hosts their annual Halloween party with a Dirty Disney theme that will result in a trip-giveaway for the grand prize costume. Start brainstorming, the official party begins at 10 p.m. Pre-party starts at 7 p.m. and receives a three-hour open bar.

Saturday Dia De Los Muertos at the Mütter Museum 19 S 22nd St, Philadelphia at 10:00am The 6th Annual Day of the Dead Festival! Come celebrate this traditional Mexican holiday with an all-day event at the Mütter Museum free with museum admission!Decorate sugar skulls, enjoy traditional food and drink, make paper flowers and draw live models in Day of the Dead costumes, courtesy of Dr. Sketchy’s Philly. For info visit muttermuseum.org

XFINITY Live! Presents the 3rd Annual Nightmare on Broad Street featuring the World's Sexiest Costume Contest hosted by the World's Sexiest DJ, Playboy Playmate, Colleen Shannon. Live Music performed by Split Decision.  Enjoy this nightmare extravaganza that includes a dancer erotica show featuring girls hanging 50+ feet in the air! The only place in the city to enjoy 6 themed venues under one roof!  Dress to impress - Start to plan your costumes now since we’re giving away over $10,000 in cash and prizes! Info at: http://bit.ly/1zdtA9r Ghost Tour of Philadelphia  401 Chestnut St. between 4th & 5th.

All Weekend Six Flags Fright Fest - 1 Six Flags Blvd., Jackson, NJ

Dorney Park Halloween Haunt -          3830 Dorney Park Rd., Allentown

Valley of Terror - 1215 Unionville Rd, West Chester

Eastern State Penitentiary: Terror Behind The Walls- 2027 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Creamy Acres Night of Terror -  448 Lincoln Mill Rd Mullica Hill, NJ

Dress up, get down with Halloween parties in Atlantic City

If your dream come true sounds like an episode of “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” Gypsy Bar at the Borgata (1 Borgata Way) welcomes all freaks for a costume party on Friday, Oct. 31. The evening begins at 7pm and features live tunes from Sidearm and Split Decision.

The Rat Pack Undead performs all the best songs of the era, in full zombie getup at Malcolm’s Lounge in the Claridge Hotel (Park Place and Boardwalk) for a speakeasy night, starting at 7pm Naturally, there’s a costume contest and if you arrive before 8pm, you can indulge in a free beverage.

What would Halloween at Boogie Nights at the Tropicana (2831 Boardwalk) be without '70s and '80s costumes? Doors open at 9 pm for their holiday bash, where a cruise vacation will be bestowed upon the most creative attendees.

Feeling pretty confident in your getup this year? No matter if you’re rocking it as members of The Guilty Remnant with your crew or throwing it old school as a sexy maid, The Quarter at the Tropicana (2831 Boardwalk) is holding a costume contest at 10 pm when prizes will be given for best overall, scariest and best group costumes.

What's Going on around Philadelphia? Caffeine cravings: Local fall coffee & tea events for the warm beverage drinker As we head into the heart of the fall season, the sweaters get thicker, the jackets get a little heavier and our drinks need to be warm and comforting. Luckily, the beverages are in no short supply — so grab a mug and sip on: These coffee and tea events are perfect for the fall days that lay ahead.

A fall beverage staple, the pumpkin spice latte, will be in no short supply on Friday, Oct. 31 at all Saxbys Coffee locations (1625 Chestnut St., 2000 Walnut St., 1902 Liacouras Walk, 2951 Market St., 4000 Locust St.). From noon until 7 p.m. the café will hand out free pumpkin spice lattes for a Halloween treat. Take the freebie to Instagram by sharing a selfie of you and your drink (or just the drink, whatever you’re into) with the hashtag #keepingitreal for a chance to win a month of free coffee.

The classic car show gets a caffeinated twist on Saturdays. From 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturdays, Nov. 1, Nov. 15, Nov. 29 and Dec. 27, car fanatics can get their coffee buzz in the parking lot out front of Larry II’s Restaurant and Café (907 N. Main Rd., Vineland, N.J.) for a showing of all makes and models.   Fortune tellers and palm readers will uncover the secrets of your future — should you dare — at Saturday, Nov. 1’s psychic tea at the Carriage House Café and Tearoom (1048 Washington St., Cape May, N.J.). Starting at 2:30 p.m., the two-hour sip session may reveal more tea in your future.

For an every day refuge from the hustle and bustle, take a load off at the Rittenhouse Hotel’s (210 W. Rittenhouse Square) tea room. From 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily, the room features signature teas like the Rittenhouse Blend (Ceylon bergamot, rose petals, cardamom and borage) and traditional teas like organic chamomile and “Blue of London” Earl Grey

SPORTS: Friday 76ers AWAY @ Milwaukee Bucks; 8:30pm

Saturday 76ers HOME OPENER vs Miami Heat @ The Big Joint; 7pm Flyers AWAY @ Florida Panthers; 7pm ON WMMR

Sunday Eagles AWAY @ Houston Texans; 1pm

All Weekend, In and around Philadelphia

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