PW's Weekend Picks

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Terence Nance's "The Oversimplification of Her Beauty" screens at the Philadelphia Film Festival.

Dear culture vultures: We scoured the city to bring you the best of what Philly has to offer. Enjoy!

Calendar:

Halloween starts early in Philly: Catch a Haunted Hoedown, Witches & Woofs and a 24-Hour Horrorfest.

The annual two-day Philadelphia Bike Expo returns with a slew of new exhibitors and workshops.

First World Theatre Ensemble begins its stint as the resident theater company at the Community Education Center with Don’t Sing No Blues for Me.

Food:

Le Bec Fin: A fresh perspective on the allure of Philly’s swankiest restaurant.

Art:

Philly On the Couch aims to psychoanalyze our fair city.

Music:

English import Rita Ora brings her high-energy sound to the Troc.

Books:

Novelists Solomon Jones and Karen Quinones Miller encompass the light and darkness of the city.

Film:

The revolutionary spirit of Cloud Atlas helps it soar.

There’s still time to catch the Philadelphia Film Festival.

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