at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute, 824 W. Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr. Tickets are $12; $9 seniors; $8 students. Call 610-527-9898. Reckless youth Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin is based on Pushkin’s tale of a selfish and profligate nobleman who realizes the error of his ways too late. The annual Russian Opera Workshop presents a concert version of the opera, with pianist Ghenady Meirson, at the Academy of Vocal Arts’ Warden Theater, 1920 Spruce St., at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. Admission is free. Call 267-475-6500. Wednesday Strike up the band Nine of the country’s top outfits compete in Drum Corps: An American Tradition, including Allentown’s Cadets and Camden County’s Jersey Surf, plus defending champions Carolina Crown, the Cavaliers (Ill.), the Bluecoats (Ohio), the Blue Stars (Wis.), the Spirit of Atlanta, the Crossmen (Texas), and the Colts (Iowa).
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Column: Assault over barbecue has happy ending – Local – Free Press and Jones Post
What event could cause a seemingly sane person (me) to be locked in a petroleum-propelled motor vehicle with a man deemed incurable by the Bromidrosis Institute? A concert by The Who, thats what. For many years, if I went to a concert there was a good chance Id be alone. Aside from my father and long-time concert compadre Jon Hughes, the odds of me strangling the person riding to the show with me were 50/50 on a good day. While inviting someone to a concert seems like a fairly casual thing to do, it is a deadly serious social contract. Your average mook is going to show up at least a half an hour later than the agreed upon time of departure.
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