PW's Weekend Picks: March 14-16

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Munch Around the Market Scavenger Hunt
Taste what Reading Terminal Market has to offer at this scavenger hunt hosted by Watson Adventures. A list of tricky questions will challenge you to find some of the tastiest foods in the city, with surprises sprinkled through the hunt to keep you on your toes. Noon. $22. Reading Terminal Market, 51 N. 12th St.
3rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl
Join PYT, Kings Oak, Darling’s Diner and more for the 3rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl at the Piazza. Each participating bar will be offering $4 beers, $5 Jameson and $7 car bombs. Noon. $10-$20. The Piazza, 1050 N. Hancock St.

Cirque Eloize: Cirkopolis
Twelve performers combine the art of dance, circus and theater to produce an event unlike any other. A mix of jugglers, contortionists and aerial artists will coalesce to show you a world that thrives on individuality and brings fantasy to life. 8pm. $25-$75. Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad St.

Sunday, March 16

bi at Sundown
Just what we need: a dance music-fueled early-in-the-evening weekend finale for the young and sexy among Philly’s LGBTQAI (and straight) scene. Yeah, this set, dubbed bi at Sundown by creator Bruce Yelk, is much more than a bar crawl through the Gayborhood. This—like the hot trailer that dropped for a it a couple weeks ago—is a slick and sultry affair that’ll get you home in time to rise early for work on Monday mornings.

“The ‘bi’ portion is dual pronged,” Yelk recently told PW. “First, the party is bi-weekly, and that seemed to be the easiest way to convey that fact. Plus, I am known to produce several well-known LGBT events, but I wanted this event to be much more inclusive. I think ‘bi’ works on that front—to let everyone know they are welcome.”

Certified party starter Robbie Tronco will help launch each Sundown dancefest, but there’s an array of sure-to-please guest DJs already booked through spring—tonight’s kickoff features The Perry Twins—all of whom have an international profile and spin for both mainstream and LGBT crowds. “I wouldn’t get the flavor I want if I just picked exclusively mainstream or gay DJs … I think people will really love the mix of music, and I expect many raised hands in the crowd,” Yelk says. “I like happy parties, and the music will make you feel good. Why have a party if it’s not fun?”// BILL CHENEVERT

7:04pm. $10-$30. Lit Ultrabar, 460 N. 2nd St. 215.238.0170.

Korean Film Series
Tonight marks the opening of the PMA’s Korean Film Series. Traditional and modern Korean culture will be explored through the screening of contemporary films, documentaries and classics. Tonight, catch A State of Mind, a film that profiles two North Korean schoolgirls. 1pm. $8. Museum of Art, 2600 Ben Franklin Pkwy.

The Big Quiz Thing
The ultimate trivia experience returns to Philly, hosted by Quizmaster Noah Tarnow, testing your knowledge of pop culture, music, history and sports. Compete against the crowd for the $200 cash jackpot, as well as a bevy of other prizes. 8pm. $8. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. 215.222.1400.

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