By PW Staff
Drag show, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Willie Nelson and more to see & do this week in Philly.
By Michael Alan Goldberg
On a really good day, he can make a couple thousand bucks amusing corporate execs or college kids with his 45-minute act. On a not-so-good day, he might pull in 50 bucks doing the exact same routine at a Philly bar. Most importantly, though, Darwin has supported himself entirely with some version of his ever-changing act for all of his adult life.
By J. Cooper Robb
A determined but warped individual, Carmichael has spent the last 27 years in search of his missing hand, which he insists was cut off by a group of demented hillbillies who kidnapped him and then, just for kicks, held his hand against a railroad track while it was run over by a speeding car. The hillbillies then waved goodbye to young Carmichael with his own detached hand.
The writer lost me when [she] wrote about gun control after stating earlier that the murders were committed with illegally-owned guns. Gun-control laws will have no effect on these people. They don’t work when guns are readily available through illegal sources, and the city doesn’t seem to be doing much about taking them off the street.