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PHILLY 3 FOR ALL: Scratch Night, Permanent Wave, MLK Day of Service

Permanent Wave
Permanent Wave
Scratch Night
Thursday, Jan. 12, 7 p.m.
Live Arts Studio (919 N. 5th St., Philadelphia)
Free admission (reservations encouraged)

Derived from its predecessor, the Live Arts 2nd Thursday Series, the launch of Scratch Night invites audiences into the artistic process and plays a key role for artists testing, experimenting and building new ideas for the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival. This monthly event is part of the organization's year-round programming at the Live Arts Brewery (LAB).

Permanent Wave
Friday, Jan. 13, 7 p.m.
Cha-Cha'Razzi (1918 S. Bancroft St., Philadelphia)
$5-$10

Permanent Wave is a new branch of the New York City-based network of community of feminist artists and activists. They aim to challenge gender inequality in the arts, politics and beyond. The group's first Philly fundraiser benefits Girls Rock Philly and Trophy Wife, Very Happy, Nona, Carmen and The Adults perform.

17th Annual Greater Philadelphia MLK Day of Service
Monday, Jan. 16
Happening at sites across the region

Free to feel good
On this day, it is impossible to claim you don't know where to volunteer. Last year, more than 75,000 volunteers served in 1,200 projects. We've got the alrgest MLK Day of Service event in the country and if you haven't already, it's time to find out why. Look for a project, sign up, show up and glow up.
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