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‘Fosse’ the musical stars the choreography of 9 time award-winner Bob Fosse, known for his thoroughly modern style and signature moves such as snapping fingers, rakishly tilted bowler hats, swivelling hips, and rolling shoulders. The production is a journey in song and dance through Bob Fosse’s extraordinary career and stars 32 of Broadway’s hottest and most talented dancers. ‘Fosse’ includes rarely seen dance numbers from the choreographer’s earliest works, as well as classic Fosse numbers like ‘Steam Heat’, ‘Big Spender’, ‘Bye Bye Blackbird’, ‘Dancin Man’ and ‘Sing, Sing, Sing’.
Literally fill your plate this winter at the Y100, FEASTival concert. Sponsored by Philly’s favourite alternative radio station, Y100′s concert features an eclectic mix of both alternative and rock bands. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to see five amazing groups of musicians, including Live, The Wallflowers, Everclear, Fuel and Good Charlotte. Don’t forget your group’s picnic – for a terrific combo concert that should have you raging well into dessert.
With its delightful 1876 décor of wood, brass and tulip lamps, this independently owned, very friendly institution feels like a museum of what a true Paris brasserie should be. What’s more, details such as the good wine list – the Guigal Côte Rôtie at 297F – and tasty rye bread served with the oysters show a proud desire to please. Try the ‘oeufs dur à la mayonnaise’ with a ‘macédoine’, the nicely prepared pig’s foot served with decent béarnaise sauce and chunky frites, or the steak served with pepper sauce. Finish with chocolate tart and a huge slice of meringue.
The children’s centre Umka offers both education and entertainment. The word Umka comes from the word ‘um’ meaning the mind or the intellect. The centre has its own planetarium, one of only two in the city, and lessons on the evolution of the universe and solar eclipses. You can visit all the exhibits – which also include a green house and a game room – for less than a dollar.
Vienna’s best-loved kebab house comes into its own during the summer months when patrons are able to enjoy its large shady courtyard, housing possibly the largest satellite dish outside the Pentagon. The clientèle is a colourful mixture of the 16th district’s multi-ethnic community, local bohemians and pensioners, all attracted by excellent grilled meats and a wide range of meze-style appetizers at extremely reasonable prices. Located in the heart of Vienna’s second largest fruit and veg market – the Brunnenmarkt – the Kent is worth the trek out to one of Vienna’s up-and-coming districts.