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MOSE ALLISON AT ROLLER’S: Mose Allison, accompanied by jazz musicians Jim Dragoni and Dylan Taylor, will perform on the evenings of Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7, at Roller’s Flying Fish, 8142 Germantown Ave. Mose Allison has been a huge influence on American music as a jazz pianist and song writer for decades. His songs have been covered by Van Morrison, John Mayall, The Who, The Clash, Eric Clapton, the Yardbirds, Elvis Costello and Bonnie Raitt, among others. Tickets are only available online at www.emusictime.com. For more information, call 215-247-0707.


‘GIRLS NIGHT OUT’ ON HILL: Selected Chestnut Hill businesses will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month, beginning Nov. 4. Called “Girls Night Out,” the monthly event is anticipated to reach shoppers whose schedules conflict with the traditional business hours. Conceived in a meeting of the Chestnut Hill Merchants Association, whose Stag and Doe nights during the Christmas Season have proved so successful, “Girls Night Out” will not exclude men from these shopping events. As a further enticement, Artisans on the Avenue, 8440 Germantown Ave. will provide the services of Psychics Extraordinaire each month, whose troupe of Tarot and palm readers have provided psychic entertainment in the area for the past 20 years. Charla Ayers (seen here) will be the reader Nov. 4. More info: 215-381-0582.



POETRY READING SUNDAY: The Bread and Cup Multicultural Coffeehouse will host the multi-talented Victoria Peurifoy as its headliner this Sunday, Nov. 1, 7 p.m. Ms. Peurifoy, a 21-year resident of Germantown, has three self-published books and a CD to her credit. Her latest two books are “In the Spring of My Remembrance,” a book of poetry, prose, photography and memoirs, and “No Expiration Date,” a book of poetry for caregivers of cancer patients. Bread and Cup is held in the Longstreth Auditorium of the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, 35 W. Chelten Ave. Admission and refreshments are free, with contributions gratefully received. For more information, call 215-518-1675.




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